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Testimonials  for  C.  C.  Liniment 


San  Francisco,  September  20,  1889. 
The  C.  C:  Liniment  Co.,  S.  F. — Gents:     I  have  used  your  C.  C.  Liniment  in 
my  family,  and  consider  it  an  article  of  the  highest  merit.     I  most  cheerfully  recom- 
mend it  as  a  household  remedy.  W.  D.  Garland, 

Equitable  Life  Ins.  Co.,  405  Montgomery  street,  S.  F. 

San  Francisco,  August  9,  1889. 
The  C.  C.  Liniment  Co. — Gents:     After  using  all  other  remedies  for  Rheuma- 
tism without  effect,  my  mother  was  cured  by  the  use  of  one  boitle  of  your  C.  C.  Lini- 
ment.    It  is  a  truly  wonderful  medicine.      I  am  very  truly  yours, 

Zeno  Mauvais,  Music  Dealer,  769  Market  street,  S.  F. 
San  Francisco,  August  26,  1889. 
The  C.  C.  Liniment  Co — Gents:  The  udder  of  one  of  my  cows  became  in- 
flamed and  badly  swollen.  I  used  all  ordinary  remedies  without  doing  any  good.  I 
then  applied  C.  C.  Liniment.  The  inflammation  began  to  subside  at  once,  and  in 
twenty-four  hours  the  cow  was  entirely  well.  The  C.  C.  Liniment  has  my  endorse- 
ment as  a  valuable  Liniment  for  dairymen  and  farmers.     Yours  truly, 

Chas.  Ellis,  Highland  Park. 

San  Francisco,  September  20,  1889. 
The  C.  C.  Liniment  Co. —  Gents:  I  cannot  sufficiently  express  my  gratitude 
for  the  benefits  derived  from  the  use  of  your  C.  C.  Liniment.  As  a  Liniment  (or ani- 
mals it  certainly  has  no  equal  on  the  market.  In  one  instance  it  saved  a  very  valuable 
horse  for  me  that  picked  up  a  nail.  The  animal's  leg  was  swollen  to  twice  its  natural 
size,  and  it  suffered  such  agonizing  pain  that  it  seemed  almost  impossible  to  save  its  life, 
but  the  C.  C.  Liniment  gave  almost  instantaneous  relief,  and  in  less  than  a  week  the 
horse  was  able  to  work  as  usual,  I  also  used  it  for  inflamed  udder  with  my  cuw  with 
the  most  gratifying  success,  I  heartily  recommend  it  as  a  valuable  remedy  for  horse- 
men and  dairymen.     I  would  not  be  without  it.  \Y.  Hknkv. 

San  Francisco,  September  20,  1889. 
THE  C.  C,  Liniment  Co.,  S  F. —  Gents:  I  have  been  troubled  with  soft  corns 
for  a  great  many  years,  and  could  find  nothing  that  would  help  me.  I  got  a  IxMtle  of 
C,  C,  Liniment,  thinking  it  would  afford  me  some  relief.  After  using  it  for  two  weeks 
the  corns  came  out,  roots  and  all.  I  can  recommend  C.  C.  Liniment  as  the 
finest  remedy  for  the  cure  of  corns  that  I  have  used. 

F,  I.  Leasi  .  Manufacturer  of  the  Celebrated  "Pansy  Adjustable  bustle." 

San  Francisco,  July  3,  iS 
Mi;.  \Y.  II.  BONE,  317    Bartlett  street,  S.  F. — Dear  Sir:      I  have  been  troubled 
with  Rheumatism  off  and  on  for  six  years.       Have   never  used  anything  that  has  ^\one 
h  good  as  your  C.  C.  Liniment.       I  felt  relief  at  once  after  the  first  applica- 
tion.     Before  using  it  I  CCUld  not  stand  erect;  was  bent  over  so  badly  that  I  had  to  use 
a  cane  to  assist  me  in  walking;   but  in  less  than  two  da]  1  commenced  using  your 

C  .' '.  Liniiinent  I  could  Stand  ered  without  pain,  and  now,  after  using  it  a  week,  I 
OUnd  and  do  my  work  without  any  trouble.  I  shall  recommend  it  as  the  most 
ble  remedy  I  ever  used.      I  am  very  truly  yours,  Mrs    P.J,  L\i  1,111. IN, 

No.  00;  2 ISt  street,   I  in  and  Harrison. 

San  Fran  Cal.,  duly  8,   1 v 

W.  II.  Box  No.  317  bartlett  street,  S.  F. — My  D  Lboul  two 

months  ago  I  dislocated    my  left    ankle,   at  the   same   time   breaking  one    of    the 

in  my  leg;  I  used  several  things  for  a  month  withoul  receiving  much  benefit.    I 
then  commenced  tou  e  youi  Camphor  Chloral  Liniment;  applying  it  the  tnst  time  in 
rening  the  relief  from  the  severe  pain  was  almost   in  the  next 

morning,  1  n  the  U\-.\  time,  I  could  put  my  fo  >t  to  the  ground,     I  am  improving  daily, 
it  the  best  Liniment  i  I.     I  am  very  truly  yours, 

1 1 .  \  1  1  \  u  in,  Produce  and  Commission  Merchant,  -^<>  Claj 
Of  I  int  to  know  just  how  much  Mr.  Vervalin  thinks  of  the  C.  C.  Liniment  go 

aim, 

W    H    BONE,  General  Manaqer, 

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PREFACE 


Since  the  publication  of  the  last  Oakland,  Alameda  and  Berkeley  Directory,  the 
present  publisher  has  succeeded  to  the  busiuess  of  the  McKenney  Directory|Company, 
of  which  he  was  president,  Mr.  McKenney  accepting  a  position  with  the  Fireman's 
Fund  Insurance  Company. 

The  materials  for  the  present  volume  have  been  collected  and  compiled  by  expe 
rienced  men,  and  the  publisher  believes  the  work  will  give  general  satisfaction. 

The  Street  Guide  has  been  revised  and  corrected  and  a  new  and  valuable  map  se- 
cured for  the  book  from  the  enterprising  real  estate  firm  of  E.  P.  Vandercook  & 
Company. 


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Index    to    Advertisements. 


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Anglo-Nevada  Assurance  Corporation  5 

Atlantic  &  Pacific  R.  R 10,  n 

Bane,  Mrs.  L.  D Opp.  145 

Barry,  James  H   Mai  gin  line 

Bayley,  C.  H     Opp,  145 

Beeby  R,  J Margin  line 

Boes-ch,  E.  &  Co 1164 

Bone.  W.  H      Back  cover  and  18 

Bractle,  A 7 

Brown,  A Front  cover 

Budde,  Joseph 1174 

Bulletin,  (The)    Margin  line 

Burnham-Standeford  Co Margin  line 

Buswell,  E.  G  Margin  line 

Cal.  Nursery  Co Back  cover  and  7 

Carter,  Frank Opp.  145 

C.  C.  Liniment Back  cover  &  18 

Champion,  Miss  R Back  cover 

Davies,  J.  M.  &  Co 800 

Davis,  M.  F   ...  22 

Del  Monte  Hotel   14,  15 

Depue  &  Aydelotte   Opp.  264 

Dingee,  W  I    Front  cover 

Elliott  &  Colville Margin  line 

Enquirer    [The ! 20 

Examiner  [The]    Margin  line 

Farrar,  Mrs.  M.P Opp.  144 

Gentry,  Miss  N.  Kate 6 

Gianettoni 1172 

Gill,  E.  C   Opp.  688 

Gochnauer,  P.    I,   1173 

Graham,  E.J Back  cover 

Hardy.  W.  B .   Opp.  496 

Hartford  Fire  Ins.  Co  . . Opp.  400 

Heald's  Business  College   Opp.  848 

Hill.  Miss  Ella   Opp.  577 

Home  Mutual  Fire  Ins.  Co Bajk  cover 

Hull.  W.  C 22 

Jackson,  P.  H.  &  Co. Opp.  144 

Kellett  &  McMurray Opp.  736  and  1166 

Knapp,  Mrs.  A  Opp   688 

Kriechbaum,  G.  H. Margin  line 

Kirk,  O.  C   479 


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Laage,  W.  J.  F 1172 

Lerri,  J.  J.  &  Co Margin  line 

Loryea,  A.  M    Opp.  736 

Mahoney.  J.   H  4 

McGovern  &  Cahill Margin  line 

Moreal,  H.  P Back  cover 

Morse,  Mrs   A,  F   n 56  and  opp.  736 

Myers,  R.  B Front  edge 

Newhall,  H.  M.  &  Co ...  Back  bone 

Nicoll  the  Tailor    Front  cover  and  9 

Oakland  Gas  Lt  &  Heat  Co 1172 

Oakley,  A.  D 9 

O'Brien,  M 1171 

Pac.  Bus.  College     .  .  Opp.  640 

Pac.  Mfg  Co 1175 

Pac.  Spring  &  Mattress  Co     . . .  Opp.  737 

Park  &  Lacy  Co Margin  line 

Phillips,  Thoi.  K " 

Quick,  Jno.  W   1168 

Rigney  &  Murphy 6  and  opp .  689 

Sanborn Opp.  320 

Sewell,  D  Opp    576 

Shapiro,  L    Opp.  145 

S.  P.  Co     12,  13, 

Steiger  &  Kerr 8 

Taber,  I.  W Interleaves 

Thomson,  A   Opp.  689 

Times  Pub.  Co 3 

Tribune  Pub.  Co    3 

Tubbs  Hotel 800 

U.  of  Cal 16 

Van  Laak,  W 1156 

Walsh,  Wm Margin  line 

Webster,  F.  A   Opp.  577 

White  Bros 1162 

White,  P.  L Margin  line 

Whitney,  A .  E Margin  line 

Whittier,  Fuller  &  Co "     '* 

Winton,  N   W 853 

Wirbser,   Felix 1173 

Woolsey,  E.  H Opp.  497 

Yates  &  Co   Margin  line 

Zeile,  Carl  D 1173 


Oakland     ^     Stables. 

M.  F.  DAVIS,  Proprietor. 

Livery,  Sale  &  Boarding  Stable 

Horses  Bought  and  Sold.    Special  care  Given  to  Boarding. 


Horses  and  Buggies  to  Let  by  the  Hour,    Day,     Week 

or  Month. 

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Nos.  368  AND  370  EIGHTH  ST. 

TELEPHONE   No.  338'  BETWEEN  FRANKLIN  AND  WEBSTER  STREETS 


Planing,  Trig,  Scroll  and  Muring, 


Oallaii  Pianino  Mills, 

If  t  and  Washington  Sta. 


City    of    Oakland. 

(Incorporated  March  35th,  1854.) 

Latitude,  37deg.  48min.  5sec.  North. 

Longitude,  122deg.  16min.  24sec  W. 

POPULATION. 

U.  S.  Census,  1870,  10,500;  1880,  34,555.  Population  of 
Oakland  and  vicinity  embraced  in  Directory  1890  (not  in- 
cluding Alameda  and  Berkeley),  estimated  61,000. 

OFFICIAL  LIST. 
Mayor — John  R.  Glascock. 
Auditor  and  Assessor — Roland  W.  Snow. 
Treasurer  and  Tax  Collector — Z.  T.  Gilpin. 
City  Attorney— James  A.  Johnson. 


BOARD  OF  PUBLIC  WORKS. 

J.  West  Martin,  President. 
E.  W.  Playter. 
R.  M.  Fitzgerald. 
Cleveland  L.  Dam,  Secretary. 

BOARD  OF  POLICE  AND  FIRE  COMMISSIONERS. 

E.  W.  Playter,  President. 

J.  West  Martin. 

R.  M.  Fitzgarald. 

Cleveland  L.  Dam,  Secretary 

Chief  of  Police — John  W.  Tompkins. 

Chief  of  Fire  Department — J.  F.  Kennedy 

City  Engineer — T.  W.  Morgan. 

Superintendent  of  Streets — Jesse  S.  Wall. 

City  Wharfinger — M.  K.  Houghton. 


BOARD  OF  HEALTH. 
T.  H.  Pinkerton,  M.  D.,  President. 
Geo.  C.  Pardee,  M.  D. 
W.  F.  Southard,  M.  D. 
F.  L.  Adams,  M.  D. 
E.  H.  Woolsey,  M.  D. 


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W.  P.  Melvin,  Secretary. 

Health  Officer— D.  D.  Crowley,  M.  D. 


BOARD  OF  EDUCATION. 
(See  under  Educational  in  Official  Directory.) 


POLICE  COURT. 
Judge— Alexander  Laidlaw. 
Clerk— W.  H.  O'Brien. 
Bailiff— S.  H.  Mitchell. 


CITY  COUNCIL. 
Regular  meetings  1st  and  3rd  Monday  of  each  month. 

W.  W.  Camron,  President,  Councilman-at-large. 

George  J.  Earl,  322  B,  Councilman-at-large. 

L.  H.  Wakefield,  330  E  Twelfth,  Councilman-at-large. 

Taliesin  Evans,  212  Fourth,  Councilman-at-large. 

H.  M.  Collins,  1766  Seventh,  1st  Ward. 

John  F.  Towle,  1934  Filbert,  2d  Ward. 

J.  A.  0.  Macdonald,1373  Broadway,  3d  Ward. 

Joseph  C.  McAvoy,  873  Washington,  4th  Ward. 

John  Hackett,  306  Fourteenth,  5th  Ward. 

C.  H.  Brosnahan,  416  Eighth,  6th  Ward. 

0.  C.  Kirk,  303  E  Twelfth,  7th  Ward. 

City  Clerk— J  M  Brady,  306  Fourteenth. 


Sta  nding    Com m  i tt e  es. 

Ordinance  and  Judiciary — Ilaekctt,  Towle,  Evans  and  Mac 
don  aid. 

Auditing  and  Finance  —  Wakefield.  Macdonald,  Earl.. 
McAvoy  and  Collins 

Street — Mcdonald,  Evans,  Kirk,  Towle  and  McAvoy. 

Fire  and  Water — Collins,  Towle,  Hackett,  Earl  and  Wake- 
field. 

Street  Lights  and  Lamp  Posts — Towle.  Wakefield,  Earl, 
Brosnahan  and  I [ackett. 

Removals  and  Obstructions — Kirk.    Brosnahan,    McAvoy, 

Macdonald  and    Wakefield. 

Public    Printing — Evans,  Hackett,   Towle.   Wakefield  and 

Karl. 

Public  Wharf— Brosnahan,  Kirk.  McAvoy,  Evans  and  Col- 
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Education — Earl,  Kirk,  Brosnahan,  Macdonald  and  Col- 
lins. 

Public  Health — McAvoy,  Evans,  Brosnahan,  Towle  and 
Kirk. 


POLICE  DEPARTMENT. 
Police  Office  and  City  Prison — City  Hall. 

Chief— J.  W.  Tompkins. 

Clerk  to  Chief— W.  A.  Moore. 

Captains — A.  Wilson,  W.  F.  Fletcher. 

Detectives — Dennis  Holland,  Albert  Shorey. 

Day  Prison  Keeper — Geo.  Quackenbush. 

Night  Prison  Keeper — David  Swain. 

Patrol  Wagon— B.  R.  Phillips,  St.  C.  Hodgkins,  Fred 
Howlett,  Chas.  Davis 

Police  Court  Bailiff— Sam  Mitchell. 

Patrolmen— H.  B.  Rand,  C.  H.  Cole,  H.  Aldrich,  Sam 
Mitchell,  J.  S.  Mackey,  Henry  McCloy,  F.  W.  Crafts,  E.  J. 
Chase,  Chas.  O'Hare,  O.  D.  Brown,  John  Barnett,  J.  F. 
Sill,  M.  P.  Powers,  R.  D.  Hunter,  Henry  N.  Nedderman,  T. 
A.  Downey,  Edgar  Turney,  Wm  McCloud,  Frank  Greenwald, 
P.  H.  Felley,  Nicholas  Williams,  J.  P.  Scanlon,  John  Royce. 

Special  Offiicers — D.  F.  Bachelder,  C.  Wells,  John  Lon- 
don, J.  H.  Nolter,  W.  B.  Goodwin,  Rvland  Poulsen,  A.  J. 
Ross,  J.  H.  Baker,  A.   T.  Ayres,  L.  D.  Babb,  W.   G.  Cashin. 


FIRE  DEPARTMENT. 

Chief  Engineer — James  F.  Kennedy. 

Assistant  Engineer — Miles  Doody. 

Superintendent  of  Fire  Alarm  and  Police  Telegraph — 
G.  H.  Carlton. 

The  Department  consists  of  5  steam  fire  engines  in 
service,  and  1  relief  engine,  6  hose  cans,  2  hook  and  lad- 
der trucks,  21  horses,  ",(>()()  feet  of  hose,  of  which  4,800 
feet  are  in  actual  use,  800  feet  on  the  relief  cart,  and  the 
balance  in  storage.  In  the  city  there  are  221  hydrants 
and  2  cisterns,  one  located  at  Broadway  and  Eighth  streets 
and  the  other  at  Broadway  and  Thirteenth  streets. 

The  report  of  the  Chief  for  the  year  ending  June  30, 
1889,  shows  that  the  Department  responded  to  104  alarms, 
56  of  which  were  "bells"  and  48  "  stills;"  of  these  104 
alarms,  1  was  false,  1  bonfire  and  3  outside  city  limits, 
leaving  a  total  of  99  fires  in  the  city  proper,  the  estimated 
loss  on  which  was  about  $86,000. 


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The  total  number  of  men  present  at  roll  call  during 
the  year  was  3,485;  503  absentee.-:  these  worked  291  hours, 
traveling  with  apparatus  10044  miles,  laying  71,000  feet  of 
hose  and  raising  3,255  feet  of  ladder,  all  of  which  cost  the 
city  the  sum  of  $49,908.65. 

Compared  with  former  years  the  tire  record  stands  thus: 
L8S4-5  52  alarms,  loss  $  55,000 
18S5-6  69       "  "        26,000 

L886-7   32       "  "        29,000 

L887-8  81       "  "      105,000 

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Names  and  Location  of  Companh 

Engine  Co.  No.  1 — Located  Fifteenth  near  Clay.  W.  B.  Scrib- 

ner,  Foreman:  E  Laperle,  Engineer:  [John  Knowles, 
oker;  Louis  Hoffman,  Driver.  Extramen — John 
Dolan,  Ike  Foster,  M.  J.  Hanley,  J.  C.  Murphy,  Thomas 
Winthar. 

ENGINE  Co.  No.  2 — Located  Sixth  between  Broadway  and 
Washington.  A.  Bailey,  Foreman:  V.  Chloupek,  En- 
gineer; Holly  Sturns,  Stoker;  D.  E.  Jones,  driver. 
Extramen — Wm.  McCurdy,  J.  D.  Cramer.  Charles 
(irimme.  \V.  F.  Gibbs,  Frank  Baker. 

Engine  Co  .No.  3 — Located  Eighth  between  Campbell  and 
Willow.  John  Gala  van,  Foreman:  Geo.  Demarais,  En- 
gineer; Wm.  Ennis,  stoker:  M.  McGuin,  Driver. 
Extramen — A.  A.  Sicotte,  Rodger  Sicotte,  Geo,  Spencer, 

J.  C.  Milieu.  Henry   1  Ia\ 

Engine  Co.  No.  1  —  Located    E  Fourteenth  between  Twelfth 
and  Thirteenth    aves.    W.  C.    While.    Foreman;    I 
Moffatt,Engineer;  John  F.Murphy,  Stoker;  Geo.  Lewis, 
Driver.  Extramen — Fohn  Jordan,  Patrick  Jordan,  John 
Mulgrew,  L.  W.  Calvert,  Alfred  William-. 

Engine  Co.  No.  5— Located  corner  Milton  and  Market.  John 
Rutherford,  Foreman;  E.  C.  Brown,  Engineer;  J.  C. 
Parsons,  Stoker;  Wm.  Eamb,  Driver.  Extramen  — 
Wm.  Price,  Wm.  Branch,  Henry  Mohr,  F.  W.  Gertner, 
John  E.  Watson. 

1 1  * » - 1  Co.  No.  1  —  I.<>c;it<d  Sixth  between  Broadway  and 
Washington  J,  Flannery,  Foreman;  Philip  Reader  Sr, 
Extramen — James  Kaiae,  James McManus,  R.C.  Grant, 
Philip  Reader  Jr,  Pal  Mullen. 

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Washington.     .1.  W.  Bankhead,  Foreman;  T.  F.  Berry, 
Driver;  A.    Hallahan,  Tillerman.     Exramen — Thomas 

Boarding  and  Livery  Accommodations 

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First  and  Washington  Street 
Fourth  and  Franklin  Street 
Fifth  and  Harrison  Street 
Seventh  and  Washington  Streets. 
Twelfth  and  Broadway  Stre< 
Ninth  and  Webster  Streets. 
Fourteenth  and  Webster  Street 
Twelfth  and  Madison  Streets. 
Seventeenth  and  Grove  Streets. 
Frederick  Street  and  Telegraph  Avenve. 
Sycamore  Street  and  San  Pablo  Avenue. 
Thirty-fourth  and  Peralta  Streets. 
Sycamore  and  Telegraph  Avenue. 
Thirty-fourth  and  Telegraph  Avenue. 
Lake  and  Jackson  Streets. 
Walnut  and  Broadway  Streets. 
Seventh  Street  bet  Wood  and  Willow. 
West  Fourteenth  and  Kirkham  Streets. 
Seward  and  Campbell  Streets. 
West  Seventh  and  Chester  Streets. 
West  Seventh  and  Adeline  Streets. 
West  Tenth  and  Kirkham  Streets. 
West  Seventeenth  and  Peralta  Street- 
Campbell  and  Atlantic  Stree 
Fifth  and  Grove  Streets. 
Third  and  Filbert  Streets. 
Filbert  and  Market  Streets. 
Tenth  and  Grove  Streets. 
Fourteen  and  Market  Streets. 
Twenty-first  and  Market   Streets. 
Twelfth  and  Adeline  Streets. 
Eighteenth  and  Adeline  Streets. 
East  Fourteenth  Street  and   Seventeenth  Ave. 
East  Twelfth  Street  and  Twelth  Avenue. 
East  Seventeenth    Street    and  Eighth  Avenue. 

St  Twelfth  Street  and  Sixth  Avenue. 
East  Tenth  Street  and  Third  Avenue. 
East  Twenty-fourth  Street  and  Ninteenth  Ave. 
East  Twenty-fourth  Street  and  Thirteenth  Ave. 
East   Twelfth   Street  and  Twenty-Secend  Ave. 


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Box  No.  51,  First  and  Webster  Streets. 
"       52,  Third  and  Jackson  Streets. 
"       53,  Eighth  and  Jackson  Streets. 
54,  Twelfth  and  Brush  Streets. 

56,  Sixteenth  Street  and  San  Pablo  Avenue. 

57,  Tweny-eighth  and  Myrtle  Streets. 
59,  Webster  Street  and  Orchard  Avenue. 

"       61,  City  Hall. 

"       62,  Ninth  and  Broadway  Streets. 

"     .  63,  Twentieth  Street  and  San  Pablo  Avenue. 

"       64,  Durant  and  Webster  Streets. 

11       65,  Second  and  Jefferson  Streets. 

"       67,  Second  and  Market  Streets. 

"        71,  Thirteenth  and  Wood  Streets. 

72,  Thirty-fourth  and  West  Street-. 

73,  Twenty-ninth  and  Grove  Streets. 
71,  Twenty-eighth  and  Adeline  Street.-. 

75,  Thirty-second   Street  and  San  LPablo  Avenue. 

76,  B  and  Helen  Streets. 

81,  Avon  Place  and  Lister  Avenue. 

82,  E  Sixteenth  and  Fourth  Avenue, 

83,  East    Twenty-second    Street    and  Eighth   Ave. 

84,  East  Nineteenth  Street  and  Eleventh   Avenue. 

85,  East  Twenty-first  Street  and  Twenty-first  Ave. 

86,  East  Eighteenth  Street  and  Twenty-third  Ave. 
Persona  having  keys   will  observe  the  following  rules: — 

When  it  is  necessary  to  use  the  signal  boxes;  go  to  the 
one  nearest  to  the  lire,  and  put  your  key  into  the  outside 
door,  open  it  and  pull  down  the  hook  On  the  inside  once,  or 
until  you  hear  a  bell  within  the  box;  close  the  door,  and  re- 
main to  direct  the  firemen  to  the  locality  of  the  fire.  In 
case  the  box  does  not  work,  go  to  the  next    nearest   station; 

you  can  procure  a  key  at  a  store  or  dwelling  in  the  vicinity 
Do  n«>t  try  to  take  your  key  out,  as    it  is   locked     in  and 

will  }»<•  returned  to  you. 

If.  upon  opening  the  door,  you  hear  the  hell  within  the 
box   ring,  do  not  pull    the  book     for  "lie  minute,    or  until     it 

has  stopped   ringing,  for  it  will    indicate  that    an    alarm  is 
being  senl  from  Bome  of her  -tat ion. 

Persons  having  keya  will  be   held  responsible  for  their 
Do  no  give  an  alarm  for  :t  fire  Been  at  a  distance;   do 
not  open  the  box  except  in  case  of  fire;  do  not  give  an  al- 
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Keys  are  left  at  stores  and  dwellings  nearest  to  the 
boxes. 

Key  holders  changing  their  residences  or  places  of 
business  where  keys  are  kept,  will  please  report  the  same 
at  the  fire  alarm  office,  and  in  case  of  removal  from  the  city, 
the  key  must  be  returned. 

Keys  can  be  obtained  by  any  responsible  porson  upo  n 
application  to  the  Chief  Engineer,  at  his  office,  or  the  Su- 
perintendent of  Fire  Alarm  and  Police  Telegraph,  City 
Hall.  G.  H.  Carleton,  Superingtendent  Fire  Alarm  '  and 
Police  Telegraph. 

OAKLAND  POST  OFFICE. 


HOURS. 


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General  Delivery  Window,  7:30  a.  m. 


CLOSE. 
9  P.  M. 

8:15  p. 

5  P.  M. 

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Carriers'  Windows,  7:15  p.  m. 

Stamp  and  Box  Windows,  8:30  a.  m. 

Money  Order  Department,  9       a.  m. 

Registry  Department,  9       a.  m. 

Special  Delivery  Dept.,  7       a.  m. 

SUNDAYS. 

General  Delivery  and  Carriers'  Windows,  9:30 
to  10:30  a.  m, 

Branch  Offices. 

Brooklyn   Station — Twelfth    Street  and  Thirteenth  ave. 
West  Oakland  Station — Seventh  and  Wood. 


OAKLAND  FREE  PUBLIC   LIBRARY  AND  READING 

ROOMS. 

Located  on  the  NW  corner  of  Fourteenth  and  Wash- 
ington Streets. 

The  Free  Library  was  first  opened  to  the  public  on 
the  evening  of  November  7th,  1878,  with  about  4,000  vol- 
umes on  its  shelves.  It  has  steadily  gained  in  popular 
favor,  having  now  9,000  members  on  the  library  roll.  July 
1st,  1889,  it  was  shown  to  possess  14,468  volumes. 

The  library  is  open  (Sundays  and  holidays  excepted) 
from  9  A.  m.  until  8  p.  m.;  Saturdays,  from  9  a.  m.  until  9 
p.    M. 

The  central  reading  room,  which  is  located  in  the  same 
building,  has  on  file  all  the  principal  newspapers  published 
on  the  Pacific  Coast,  together  with  the  most  prominent 
journals  and  magazines  of  the  East,  also  standard  English 
magazines  and  periodicals. 


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Branch  reading  rooms  are  established  in  different 
parts  of  the  city  as  follows: 

East  Oakland  Free  Reading  Room,  562  East  Twelfth 
Street. 

North  Oakland  Free  Reading  Room,  corner  Thirty- 
fourth  and  Peralta  Streets. 

West  Oakland  Free  Reading  Room,  1704  Seventh  Street. 

The  reading  rooms  are  open  daily  (holidays  execpted) 
from  8  a.  m.  to  9  p.  m. 

The  Board  of  Trustees  for  1889-91  are;  Gary  Howard, 
President;  John  A.  McKinnon,  Secretary;  John  Lynch, 
R.  G.  Graham,  Chas.  W.  Kellogg;  H.  F.  Peterson,  Assist- 
ant Secretary. 

STANDING    COMMITTEES: 

Auditing — Graham,  Lynch  and  Kellogg. 

Books — Kellogg,  McKinnon  and  Graham. 

Building — McKinnon,  Lynch  and  Kellogg. 

Reading  Rooms  and  Periodicals — Lynch  McKinnon 
and  Graham 

Regular  meetings  are  held  on  the  first  Tuesday  of  each 
month. 


BOARD    OF    EDUCATION. 

President,  E.  W.  Marston,  139]   Webster  Street;  Super- 

ndent  and  Secretary  (ex-offieio),  J.  W.  McOlymonds,  477 

Plymouth  Avenue:  Assistant  Superintendent  and  Secretary, 

Chas.   M.    Fisher;   E.   E.   Walcott   (At   Large),  1782   Goss; 

Andrew  Fine  M.  D.   (At   Large),  Bast   Twelfth    Street  and 

Sixtli    Avenue;    ( >.    \V.    Parker    (At     Large),    677    Twenty- 

fourth;   J.    B.   Carrington,    First    Ward,    1409  Seventeenth 

street;   H.   M.   Sanborn,    Second   Ward,    M>5    Twenty-sixth 

Street;   0.  B.  Morgan,  Third  Ward,  754  Fourteenth  "street: 

E.  Everett,  Fourth  Ward,  719  Eighth  Street;  E.  B.Clement, 

Fifth  Ward,  L258  Harrison  Street;    L.  E.  Chartrand,   Sixth 

Ward,  465  Ninth  Street;   M.  \V.   Fish,  Seventh   Ward.  461 

it  Fourteenth  Street. 

OFFICE  SOURS   FOB  BCHOOL  BU8INE8S, 

Superintendent — City  Ball:   8   \.  if.  to  L2  m.  and   1  to 
1  p,  m.,  except  Saturdays:    Saturdays,  s  \.  m.  to  L2  m. 

.1.   B.  Carrington — L409  Seventeenth   Street,  evenings 
after  7  o'clock. 

II.    M.    Sanborn — 175   Twenty-sixth  Street,   Tuesday, 
Thursday  and  Saturday  eveniu 

B   Morgan — 754    Fourteenth  Street,  evenings  after 

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Edward  Fverett— 719  Eighth  Street,  after  6:30  p.  M. 

E.  B.  Clement— 1258  Harrison  Street,  6:30  to  7:30  p.  m. 

L.  E.  Chartrand — 465  Ninth  Street,  from  8  to  9  a.  m. 
Mondays,  Wednesdays  and  Fridays. 

M.  W.  Fish— 461  East  Fourteenth  Street,  Mondays 
from  12  m.  to  2  p.  m. 

E.  E.  Wolcott — 1782   Goss  Street,  Thursday   evenings. 

E.  W.  Marston — 1391  Webster  Street,  Mondays  and 
Thursdays,  6  to  7  p.  m. 

0.  W.  Parker— 677  Twenty-fourth  Street,  Mondays 
and  Thursdays  from  5:30  to  6:30  p.  m. 

Andrew  Fine — East  Twelfth  and  Sixth  Avenue,  daily, 
12  m.  to  2  P.  M. 

STANDING  COMMITTEES. 

Rules  and  Regulations — Carrington,  Fine  and  Morgan. 

Classification,  Text  Books  and  Course  of  Instruction — 
Fine,  Fish  and  Walcott. 

School  Houses  and  Sites — Walcott,  Chartrand  and  Fine. 

Furniture,  Supplies  and  Printing — Clement,  Sanborn 
and  Carrington. 

High  School — Fish,  Morgan  and  Parker. 

Commercial  and  Evening  School — Sanborn.  Carring- 
ton and  Parker. 

Finance — Everett,  Walcott  and  Clement. 

Judiciary — Parker,  Chartrand  and  Everett. 

Industrial  Education — Morgan,  Fish  and  Clement. 

Observatory — Chartrand;  Sanborn  and  Everett. 

CALENDAR  FOR  YEAR  ENDING  JUNE  30,  1890. 

Regular  meeting  of  the  Board  of  Education  on  the 
second  and  fourth  Mondays  of  each  month. 

Fiscal  year  begins  July  1,  1889. 

First  term  begins  Monday,  July  15,  1889. 

"      ends  Friday,  December  20,  1889. 
Second  term  begins  Monday,  January,  6,  1890. 
"      ends  Friday,  May  30,  1890. 

VACATIONS. 

One  week  beginning  Monday,  Oct.  7,  1889. 
Two  weeks  beginning  Monday,  Dec.  23,  1889. 
One  week  beginning  Monday,  March  17,  1890. 
Six  weeks  beginning  Monday  June  2,  1890. 


PUBLIC  SCHOOLS. 

J.   W.    Clymonds,    Superintendent;    Chas.   M.   Fisher, 
Assistant  Superintendent. 


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High  Scpiool — J.  B.  McChesney,  Principal,  Rhetoric,  1364 
Franklin;  S.  P.  Meads,  Vice-Principal,  Natural  Sci- 
ence, 1652  Webster;  Mrs.  K.  B.  Fisher,  Second  Vice- 
Principal,  English,  926  Myrtle;  E.  F.  Burrill,  Ancient 
Languages,  578  Fifteenth;  S.  A.  Chambers,  Mathe- 
matics, 554  Thirteenth;  Mrs.  L.  R.  Griffin,  History, 
566  Eleventh;  Madame  M.  Ferrier,  French  and  Ger- 
man, 523  Seventeenth;  Paul  Garin,  Drawing,  815 
Thirty-fifth;  Miss  Mollie  E.  Connors,  Drawing,  1115 
Jackson;  Miss  Irene  Hardy,  Assistant  in  English,  1213 
Jefferson;  Miss  Emma  Hilton,  Assistant  in  English, 
Wilson  House;  Miss  Alma  I.  Galbraith,  Assistant  in 
Latin,  1218  San  Pablo  Avenue;  Miss  Katie  M.  Wertz, 
Assistant  in  Mathematics,  1413  Brush;  Mrs.  Fannie 
M.  Pugh,  Assistant  in  Mathematics,  945  Magnolia; 
Miss  G.  W.  Littlejohn,  Assistant   in  History,  Berkeley. 

Garfield  School — Located  Twenty-third  Avenue  between 
E  Sixteenth  and  E  Seventeenth.  Mrs.  Ellen  Gibbs, 
Principal.  Teachers — May  W.  Tyler,  Anna  R.  Wood, 
Kate  Marsh. 

Prescott  School — Located  cor  Seward  and  Campbell.  D. 
T.  Fowler  Principal;  Teachers — Miss  Mary  C.  Heaton, 
Mrs.  M.  Kainey,  Miss  E.  M.  Burgin,  K.  McLean,  Miss 
H.  Sumner,  M.  Hennings,  Miss  L.  Storey,  Miss  H. 
Corless,  Miss  L.  A.  Parker,  Miss  C.  Fellows,  Miss  M. 
Burrows,  Miss  A.  R.  Franklin,  Miss  L.  R.  Washburn, 
Miss  M.  Storey,  Miss  E.  C.  Morris,  Miss  E.  A.  Stevens, 
Miss  A.  M.  Youngman,    Miss  A.  M.   Johnson,    Mrs.  M. 

E.  Hawkins,  Mrs.  Ida  A.  Coady,  Mrs.  N.  J.  Ashton. 
Grove  Street  School — Located  Grove  between  Fourth  and 

Fifth.  Mrs.  M.  D.  Standeford,  Principal.  Teachers- 
Miss  Mary  M.  Campbell,  Miss  Jean  W.  Nesbitt,  Emma 
G.  Todd.  " 
Tompkin's  School— Located  Fifth  between  Filbert  and  Chest- 
nut. Geo  W.  Frick,  Principal.  Teachers — Mrs.  C.  J. 
Hammer,  Mrs.  B.  H.  Stone,  Miss  N.  A.  Carter,  Miss  S. 
L.  Regan,  Mrs  Susan    Lnnyon,    Miss  11.  L.Shaw,    Mrs. 

F.  A.  Nnsbaiimcr,  II.  P.  Strains.  Miss  A.  E.  Walton; 
Geo.  Cartel-,  Janitor. 

Lincoln  Grammae  School — Located  NW  corner  Tenth  and 
Alice.     Geo.   W.    Horton,    Principal.     Teachers — Mrs. 

M.   L.   Ilnyl,  Mrs.  S.  B.     Yates,    Mrs..).    O'Mcara,     Mrs. 

I.  EJ.  Du  Bois,  Mrs.  L.  E.  Thompson,  Miss  Mary  D. 
Bull,  Miss  Virginia  D.  Heath,  Regina  Reilly,Miss  Ella 
A.  Perry,  Miss  E.  V.  Garlich,  Miss  Anne  K.  Dargie, 
Mrs.  Lydia  II.  Campbell,  Miss  Mary  L.  Wheeler,  Miss 

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Mabel  E.  Brett,  Miss  Rebecca  A.  Bills;  Robert  Irvine, 
Janitor. 

Durant  School — Located  north  side  Twenty-eighth,  be- 
tween Grove  and  West.  S.  G.  S.  Dunbar,  Principal. 
Teachers — Miss  S.  J.  Hodgdon,  Mrs.  E.  D.  Reynolds, 
Miss  M.  E.  Buckelew,  Miss  L.  C.  Bentancue,  Mrs.  E.  E. 
Greenrnan,  Miss  M.  T.  Kimball,  Miss  A.  B.  Clow,  Mrs. 
C.  C.  N.  Walter,  Mrs.  L.  F.  Fowler,  Miss  H.  C.  Larkin, 
Mrs.  Belle  E.  Webb,  Miss  Fannie  Ward,  Miss  M.  L. 
Rowland,  Mrs.  H.  B.  Shorkley,  Mrs.  M.  V.  Kingman, 
Miss  Emma  H.  Hilton;   Ed  M.  Campbell,  Janitor. 

Franklin  School — Located  on  Tenth  Avenue,  between  E 
Fifteenth  and  E  Sixteenth.  J.  F.  Chandler,  Principal. 
Teachers — Mrs.  E.  R.  Fuches,  Miss  L.  E.  Bentley,  Miss 
M.  J.  Shaw,  Miss  H.  C.  Simpson,  Mrs.  H.  G.  Ayer, 
Mrs.  E.  M.  Bartholomew,  Miss  M.  E.  Morris,  Mrs.  H.  M. 
Storrs,  Miss  C.  P.  List,  Miss  L.  E.  White,  Miss  F.  C. 
Sutherland,  Mrs.  L.  A.  Walker;  George  Briant,  Janitor. 

Swett  School — Located  between  E  Nineteenth  and  E 
Twentieth,  Twelfth  and  Thirteenth  Avenues.  Miss  M. 
S.  Kimball,  Principal.  Teachers — Miss  Alice  B.  Ward, 
Miss  E.  M.  Ellis,  Miss  K.  C.  Morris. 

Lafayette  School — Located  west  side  Jefferson  between 
Eleventh  and  Twelfth.  Miss  Abbie  F.  Aldrich,  Prin- 
cipal. Teachers — Miss  Tillie  C.  Lesson,  Miss  Josephine 
Lemon,  Miss  Elizabeth  M.  Sherman,  Miss  Anna  New- 
cum,  Miss  Nellie  Cook,  Mrs.  Nora  H.  Hornick,  Miss 
Mildred  J.  Scott,  Miss  Sadie  P.  Willard,  Miss  Mary  F. 
Potter,  Miss  Margaret  Wythe,  Mrs.  Marcia  G.  Brad- 
bury, Mrs.  Emma  W.  Anderson. 

Cole  School — Located  on  Tenth  between  Union  and 
Poplar.  J.  P.  Garlick,  Principal.  Teachers — Fan- 
nie G.  Smith,  Mrs.  J.  N.  Brower,  Miss  Florence  A. 
Perean,  Miss  Hattie  B.  Sproul,  Miss  Martha  R.  Mc- 
Clure,  Miss  Margaret  E.  Connors,  Miss  Louise  Grove, 
Miss  Josie  Standeford,  Miss  Eleanor  Pullman,  Miss 
Agnes  Hamilton,  Miss  Susie  H.  Snook,  Miss  Mary  F. 
Buckelew,  Miss  Alice  A.  McCord,  Miss  A.  G.  Madden, 
Miss  Sara  Boniface,  Miss  Harriet  J.  Lee. 

Harrison  School — Located  SW  corner  Harrison  and 
Fourth.  Miss  H.  M.  Mullen,  Principal.  Teachers — 
Miss  A.  A.   Cordes,   Miss    H.   A.   Robins,  Miss  A.  M. 

Quince;  Miss  Carrie  Bock,  Janitor. 

Grant  School — Located  corner  Broadway  and  Prospect 
Avenue.  Miss  Elizabeth  Powell,    Principal.   Teachers- 


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Miss  Elizabeth   B.  Myrick,   Miss   Mary  C.   Ellis,  Miss 
Anna  M.  Richardson. 

Clawson    School— Located  corner   Magnolia  and    Thirty- 
second.     Miss  Julia  E.  Colby,  Principal.     Teachers—  | 
Mrs.  Sarah  B.  Byrod,  Mrs.  Mary  E.  Pelharo,  Mrs  Mary 
G.  Ayres,  P.  A  Garin. 

Bay  Distrct  School — Located  corner  San  Pablo  Avenue 
and  Crawford.  Teachers— Mr.  B.  L.  Modghead,  Miss 
Sarah  Morrow,  Miss  Nellie  Eckles,   Miss  Rachel  Davis. 

Emery  District  School— Located  Forty-first,  between  San 
Pablo  Avenue  and  Adeline.  Teachers— Mr.  E.  L. 
Knowlton,  Miss  Helen  J.  Vandergaw. 

Hays  Districe  School— Teacher,  Miss  EttaEllerhorst. 

Lockwood  District  School— Teachers— Miss  Nellie  Molloy, 
Miss  Daisy  Rockfellow. 

Melrose  District  School — Teacher — Miss  C.  A.  Mc- 
Cracken. 

Peralta  District  School— Located  Alcatraz  Avenue  near 
Telegraph  Avenue.  Teachers — Miss  Eunice  Gallagher, 
Miss  Ella  Prval,  Miss  Susie  McFeeley. 

Temeecal  School— Mrs.  E.  A.  Wilson,  Principal.  Teachers 
—Mrs.  Clara  A.  Blodgett,  Miss  I.  I.  Hammer,  Miss 
Jessie  E.  Burrall,  Miss  H.  E.  Boynton;  Louis  Moltem, 
Janitor. 

ACAD  AMIES,  SEMINARIES  AND  PRIVATE  SCHOOLS. 

Field  Seminary — Embraces  Kindergarten,  Academic  and 
College  Preparatory  Departments.  Located  at  1825 
Telegraph  Avenue/  Mrs.  R.  G.  Knox,  Proprietor.  Mrs. 
W.  B.  Hvde,  Principal.  Assistant  Teachers— Prof.  D. 
P.  Havnes,  Miss  Catherine  Stone,  Mrs.  C.  B.  Bradley, 
Mrs.  II.  S.  Kingsbury,  Mrs.  Kate  A.  Bulkeley,  Miss 
Gertrude  Leonard.  Mrs.  A.  S.  Langstrotli.  Miss  Flora 
Bell,  Fraulein  S.  Louise  Kicchin,  Prof.  L.  M.  Zech,  Jr., 
MissC.  A.  Wheaton,MissE.  L.  Wilde,  Miss  M.  E.  Fox, 
Miss  Lilly  Sherwood,  Prof.  Henry  Hey  mans,  Prof.  0. 
A.  Lunt. 

Bopkin's  Academy — Located    Plymouth    Avenue   between 

Telegraph  Avenue  and  Broadway.     Students  fitted  for 

Collet-  and  for  business  life.     Reached  by  either  Tele- 

.;,!,    Avenue  or  Broadway    and    Piedmont   lines   of 

street  cars,     W.  W.  Anderson,   Principal. 

Pacific  Thbolooicai  Si  kinaby — Established  in  18n*9. 
Situated  on  Academy  Hill  (adjoining  Bopkin's  Acad- 
emy), opposite  Thirty-fourth  Blreet.  A  full  course  and 
and  English  course  <>f  >tn<ly  of  three  years  each.     Stu- 

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dents  received  from  any  Evangelical  Denomination. 
Year  begins  September  1;  Closes  May  12.  Faculty — 
Rev.  Dr.  J.  A.  Benton,  Rev.  Dr.  I.  E  Dwinell,  Rev.  Dr. 
G.  Mooar. 

California  Military  Acadamy — Located  corner  Telegraph 
and  Prospect  Avenues.  Thorough  preparation  for 
college  or  business  life.  Col.  Wm.  H.  O'Brien,  Prin- 
cipal. 

Oakland  Academy — 1265  Franklin  Street.  A  day  school 
for  both  sexes.  It  provides  (1)  a  Classical  and  Scien- 
tific Course,  (2)  a  Commercial  Course,  (3)  a  Normal 
Course,  (4)  Modern  Languages  and  Drawing.  Isaac 
Wright,  A.  M.,  and  Wm.  Herrod,  Principals. 

Normal  School — Hamilton  Hall.     J.  C.  Gilson,  Principal. 

The  Oaks — Located  corner  Tenth  and  Alice.  Home  and 
and  day  school  for  young  ladies.  Miss  L.  Tracy, 
Principal. 

Sackett  School — Located  at  529  Twenty-first  Street.  A 
preparatory  boarding  and  day  school  for  young  men 
and  boys.     D.  P.  Sackett   Principal. 

Snell  Seminary — Located  at  568  Twelfth  Street.  A  board- 
ing and  day  school  for  young  ladies.  Richard  B.  Snell 
and  Miss  Snell,  Principals. 

Piedmont  District  School — Mrs.  A.  C.  Horton,  1630 
Eighth  Street,  Oakland. 

Miss  Horton's  School — Located  at  northeast  corner  Filbert 
and  Twelfth  Streets.  A  select  school  for  boys  and 
girls.     Miss  S.  W.  Horton,  Principal. 

Miss  Bisbee's  School — Corner  Seventh  Avenue  and  Six- 
teenth Streets. 

Oakland  Business  College  and  Institute  of  Penmanship 
— Located  at  1015  Clay.  Affords  to  both  sexes,  practi- 
cal and  thorough  instruction  for  business  life.  D.  C. 
Taylor,  Principal. 

University  of  California — Notice  will  be  found  in  Berke- 
ley portion  of  Directory,  as  also  Deaf,  Dumb,  and  Blind 
Institution. 

California  College — Rev.  S.  B.  Morse,  President.  For 
the  education  of  young  men  and  women  in  the  inter- 
ests of  the  Baptist  Church.  Between  East  Twenty- 
seventh  and  East  Thirtieth,  Highland  Park. 

Crawford  Polytechnic  and  Manual  Training  School — 
A  boarding  and  day  school  for  a  limited  number  of 
boys.     Conducted  by  T.  0.  Crawford,    1020  Oak  Street, 

Field  Seminary  fqr  Young  Ladies,  Home  School— Lo- 
cated at  1825  Telegraph    Avenue.     Address  Mrs.  R.  G. 


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Knox,   Proprietor,     or   Frances     A.    Dean,    Principal. 
Terms  commence  in  January  and  August. 
Women's  Educational  and  Industrial  Union  of  Oakland 
— Mrs.    Sarah    E.    Henshaw,    President;     Miss    Agnes 
Hayes,  Secretary.     Meets  Hansen  Hall. 


STATE  INSTITUTIONS. 

INDUSTRIAL    HOME  OF  MECHANICAL  TRADES  FOR    THE 

ADULT  BLIND. 

Southwest  corner  Thirty-sixth  Street  and  Telegraph  Ave- 
nue. 

The  officers  of  the  Home  are  as  follows: 

President  of  the  Board  of  Directors,  J.  P.  Irish. 
Vice-President  of  the  Board,  Warren  Olney. 
Secretary  and  Treasurer,  L.  A.  Redman. 
Superintendent  of  the  Home,  Joseph  Sanders. 
Physician  of  the  Home,  Andrew  Fine,  M.  D. 
The  salary  of  the  Superintendent  is    $2,100  per    anuum; 
of  the  Physician,  $600    per  annum;  and  of  the    Secretary. 
$500  per  annum. 

The  Chabot  Observatory  of  Oakland  is  situated  in  the 
Middle  of  Lafayette  Square,  which  is  bounded  by 
Tenth,  Eleventh,  Jefferson  and  Grove  Streets.  Its  ex- 
act geographical  position  in  latitude,  37  deg.  48  min. 
5  sec.  north;  longitude,  L22  deg.  16  min.  34.4  sec,  west 
from  Greenwich,  or  in  time,  8  hours,  9  min.  6 
west  of  Greenwich;  3  hours  o  min.  54  Bee.  west  from 
Washington.  The  observatory  building  together  with 
its  splendid  equipment,  was  the  free  gift  of  Anthony 
Chabot,  Esq.,  to  the  Board  of  Education,  in  trust  for 
the  City  of  Oakland.  Monday  evenings  arc  reserved 
for  the  schools,  and  Friday  evenings  for  observatory 
work.  Cards  for  admission  on  other  evening  can  be 
obtained    ^n    application    to  the   Director,    Fred.    M. 

Campbell,  City   Hall. 


ROMAN  CATHOLIC  SCHOOLS. 
Convent  of  Oub  Lady  of  the  Backed  Heart — Located  at 
i:,:;i   Webster  Street,     A   boarding  school   for  young 
Ladies.     Taught  by  the  Sisters  of  the  sacred   nann 
Jesus  and  Mary. 

Mary's  s«  hool  fob  Boys — Located  corner  Jefferson  and 
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St.  Mary's  School  for  Girls — Located  at  corner  of  Grove 

and   Seventh  Streets.     Taught   by   the   Sisters  of   the 

Convent  of  Our  Lady  of  the  Sacred  Heart. 
St.    Mary's    College — Located    Broadway    near  junction 

with  Cemetery  Avenue.     Under   the  direction   of  the 

Christian  Brothers. 
St.  Anthony's  School  for  Boys  (East  Oakland) — Located 

corner  East  Fifteenth  and  Sixteenth  Avenue.     Taught 

by  the  Christian  Brothers. 
St.  Anthony's  School  for  Girls  (East  Oakland) — Located 

corner  East  Fifteenth  and  Sixteenth  Avenue.     Taught 

by  the  Christian  Brothers. 
St.  Patrick's  School  for   Boys — Located   corner   Seward 

and  Peralta.     Taught  by  the  Christian  Brothers. 
St.  Patrick's   School  for  Girls — Located   corner   Seward 

and  Peralta.     Taught  by  the  Sisters  of  Mercy. 
St.  Joseph's  Academy — Located  corner  Jackson  and   Fifth 

Streets.     A  boarding  school  for  young  men   and   boys. 

Taught  by  the  Christian  Brothers. 
School  of  St.  Francis   De   Sales — Located   corner  Grove 

and  Twenty-first    Streets.     Taught    by  the   Sisters    of 

the  Holy  Name. 
Sacred  Heart  School  for  Boys   (Day  School) — Located 

Forty-first  between  Grove  and  West.     Taught   by  the 

Christian  Brothers, 
St.  Lawrence  School  for  Girls   (Day   School) — Located 

Fortieth    between    Grove   and  West.     Taught    by   the 

Sisters  of  the  holy  names  of  Jesus  and  Mary. 


THE  BOARD  OF  TRADE. 

The  Oakland  Board  of  Trade  was  organized  Septem- 
ber 10th,  1886.  The  first  President  was  V.  D.  Moody, 
President  of  the  First  National  Bank,  who  was  succeeded 
in  April,  1888,  by  F.  K.  Shattuck;  J.  M.  Davies  was  the 
first  Secretary.  • 

Like  similar  organizations  in  this  State,  the  Board  of 
Trade  is  in  effect  a  city  improvement  association,  looking 
to  all  measures  of  public  interest,  extending  a  knowledge  of 
the  advantages  of  the  city  and  county,  and  in  all  suitable 
ways  promoting  agricultural,  commercial  and  industrial 
prosperity. 

April  10th,  1888,  the  Board  was  regularly  incorporated 
under  the  laws  of  the  State,  and  its  articles  now  provide  for 
the  usual  commercial  features  of  the  arbitration  and  adjust- 
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In  February,  1889,  the  name  was  changed  to  "  The 
Oakland  City  and  Alameda  County  Board  of  Trade,"  to 
cover  the  wider  purposes  of  the  organization. 

This  Board  is  entitled  to  the  credit  of  inaugurating  the 
movement  for  the  organization  of  the  "  California  State 
Board  of  Trade,"  which  has  proved  so  important  an  aid  to 
State  progess,  It  has  also  been  instrumental  in  obtaining 
for  Oakland  important  terminal  facilities  not  previously 
enjoyed,  in  securing  a  large  harbor  appropriation,  the  ex- 
tension of  the  boundaries  of  the  city,  the  adoption  of  a  new 
Charter,  and  other  advantageous  work  for  the  city  and 
county.  It  is  the  sole  organization  in  the  county  in  affilia- 
tion with  the  State  Board  and  contributing  to  the  main- 
tainance  of  that  organization. 

The  membership  the  past  year  has  included  about  fifty 
representative  citizens,  members  of  the  different  branches 
of  trade,  professions  and  industries  of  the  city.  The  ar- 
ticles of  incorporation  impose  an  agreement  to  be  gov- 
erned by  the  decision  of  a  majority  of  the  members.  The 
action  of  the  Board  has  been  harmonious,  and  results  have 
shown  the  advantage  of  such  unity.  The  present  officers 
are  as  follows: 

President,  Frank  J.  Moffitt;  Vice-President,  Chas.  D. 
Pierce;  Treasurer,  V.  D.  Moody;  Delegate  to  State  Board, 
J.  S.  Emery. 

Directors — W.  E.  Dargie,  M.  J.  Keller,  F.  A.  Leach,  V. 
D.  Moody,  F.  K.  Shattuck,  O.  E.  Hotchkiss,  M.  J.  Lay- 
mance,  F.  J.  Moffitt,  C.  D.  Pierce,  J.  S.  White,  E.  W.  Wood- 
ward;   Secretary,  C.  M.  Plumb. 

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CHURCHES  A\D  RELIGIOUS  ORGANIZATIONS. 
First  Baptist  Church — Location,    corner   Brush  and    Four- 

teenth  Streets.     Rev.  C.  II.  Bobart,  pastor.  Residence, 

911  Sixteenth  Street.     Services    11    A.  if.,    7:30   p.    it.; 

Sunday-school,  12:30  p.  m. 
Twenty-third      Avenue     Baptist     Church — Rev.    Isaac   D. 

Fleming,  pastor,  res  L066  E  Twenty-fourth 

Tenth  Avenue    Baptist  Church    ofEasI  Oakland — Location. 

corner  Bast  Fourteenth  Street  and  Tenth  Avenue.  Rev. 
J.  Qerndou  Garnett.  Residence, corner  Tenth  Avenue 
and  East  Nineteenth  Street  Services  llr  a.  m.,  7:30 
p.  it.;  Sunday-school,  12:15  i'.  if. 
San  Pablo  Avenue  Bapist  Church — Location  north  side 
Twentieth  near  Sao  Pablo  Avenue.     Rev.  A.J.    Start- 


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evant,  pastor.     Services    11a.  m.,  7:30  p.    m.;    Sunday- 
school,  12:30  p.  m. 

Free-Will  Baptist  Church — Location,  corner  Twenty-first 
and  Bush  Streets.  Rev.  F.  C.  Penney,  D.  D.,  pastor. 
Services  11  a.  m.,  7  p.  m.;  Sunday-school  12:15  p.  m. 

First  Swedish  Bapist  Church — Location,  cor  Tenth  and 
Magnolia  Streets.  Rev.  Carl  M,  Nelson,  pastor.  Ser- 
vices 11  a.  m.,  7:30  p.  m.;  Sunday-school,  10  a.  m. 

Unitarian  Church — Services  at  Odd  Fellows'  Hall,  corner 
Franklin  and  Eleventh  Streets.  Services  11  a.  m.  Sun- 
day-School, 12:30  p.  m. 

Chinese  Mission  of  Baptist  Church — Location,  710  Eleventh 
Street. 

First  Congregational  Church — Location,  corner  Clay  and 
Twelfth  Streets.  Rev.  Dr.  John  Knox  McLean,  pastor. 
Residence,  520  Thirteenth  Street.  Rev.  Jonn  Rea,  as- 
sociate pastor.  Services  11  a.  m.  7:30  p.  m.;  Sunday- 
school,  12:30  p.  m. 

East  Oakland  Congregational    Church — Location  Washing- 
ton Hall,  307  East  Twelfth  Street.     Rev.    C.  F.   Clapp, 
pastor.       Residence    corner     Seventh    and    Sixteenth" 
Streets.     Services   11  a.  m.,  7:30  p.  m.;    Suuday-School 
12:30  p.m. 

Sweedish  Congregational  Church — Sixth  near  Market. 
Pastor,  8G5  Henry  near  Seventh. 

Second  Congregational  Church — Location,  Chase  between 
Wood  and  Willow  Streets.  Rev.  G.  W.  Bothwell,  D. 
D.     Services  11  a.  m.,  6:15  p.  e.;  Sunday-school,  12:30 

P.  M. 

Plymouth  Avenue  Congregational  Church — Location,  Ply- 
mouth Avenue  near  Telegraph  Avenue.  Rev.  George 
M.  Mooar,  pastor.  Residence,  444  Edwards  Street. 
Services   11  a.  m.    7  p.  m.;  Sunday-school,    12:30  p.  m. 

Golden  Gate  Congregatienal  Church  —  Location,  corner 
Adeline  and  Thirty-fourth  Streets.  Rev.  W.  H.  Cooke, 
pastor.  Residence,  925  Thirty-sixth  Street.  Services  11 
a.  m.,  7:30  p.  m. 

Market  Street  Congregational  Church — Location,  corner 
Market  and  Twenty-second  Streets.  Rev.  G.  H.  Mer- 
rill, pastor.  Services  11  a.  m.,  7:30  p.  m.;  Sundoy- 
school  12:30  p.  m.  • 

First  Methodist  Church — Location,  corner  Clay  and  Four- 
teenth Streets.  Rev.  E.  R.  Dille,  pastor.  Serves  11  a. 
m.,  7:30  p.  m.;  Sunday-school,  12:30  p.  m. 

Methodist  Episcopal  Church  of  East  Oakland — Location, 
1220  Seventh  Avenue.     Rev.  J.  W.  Ross,  pastor.    Resi- 


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dence,  219  East    Sixteenth    Street.     Services  11    a.  m., 
7:30  p.  M,;  Sunday-school,  9:30  A.  m. 

Eighth  Avenue  Episcopal  Church — Corner  Eighth  Avenue 
and  East  Seventeenth  Street.  Rev.  H.  B.  Heacock, 
pastor.  Residence  1319  Eighth  Avenue.  Services  11 
a.  m.,  7:30  p.  M.;  Sunday-school,  9:30  a.  m. 

Centennial  Methodist  Episcopal  Church — Location,  955 
Campbell  Street.  Seats  free.  Services  11  a.  m.,  7:30 
p.  m.;  Sunday-School,  12:15  p.  m. 

German  Methodist  Episcopal  Church — Location,  Seventh 
Street  between  Telegraph  and  San  Pablo  Avenues. 
Rev.  L.  Kroeck,  pastor.  Residence,  526  Seventeenth 
Street.  Services  10:45  a.  m.,  7:30  p.  m.;  Sunday-school, 
9:30  p.m. 

Swedish  Methodist  Episcopal  Church — 1419  Tenth  near 
Center.  Rev.  S.  L.  Carlander,  pastor.  Services  10:30 
a.  m.,  7:30  p.  m.;  Sunday-school,  9:30  A.  M. 

Norwegian  and  Danish  Methodist  Episcopal  Church — Rev. 
CarlF.  Eltzholtz,  pastor.     Campbell  near  Taylor. 

African  Methodist  Episcopal  Church — Location,  Fifteenth 
between  Market  and  West  Streets.  Rev.  J.  \V.  Sex- 
ton, pastor.     Services  11  a.  m.,  7:30  p.  u. 

United  Presbyterian  Church — Meets  California  Hall.  Rev. 
James  Patton,  pastor.  Residence,  817  Twenty-first 
Street.     Service  11  a.  m. 

Methodist  Episcopal  Japanese  Gospel  Society — Location, 
612  Fifteenth  Street.     Sunday-school,  7  p.  m. 

St.  John's  Episcopal  Church — Location,  Grove  Street,  be- 
tween Seventh  and  Eighth  Streets.  Rev.  Benjamin 
Akerly,  D.  D.,  pastor.  Residence,  corner  Adeline  and 
Sixteenth  Streets.  Services  11  A.  m..  7:30  p.  M.J  Sun- 
day-School, 9:30  A.  m. 

Paul's  Episcopal  Church — Location,  corner  Harrison 
and  Fourteenth  Streets.  Rev.  Hobarl  Chetwood,  D.  D., 
pastor.  Services  11  a.  m.,  7:30  P.  m.:  Sunday-school, 
9:45  a.  m. 

Church  of  the  Advent  (  Episcopal,  East  Oakland) — Location, 
corner    1  Sixteenth     Street   and   Twelfth    Avenue. 

Rev.  II.  I>.   Lathrop,     pastor.        Residence,    310    Seven- 
nth   street.      Services  11    a.  m..  7:30  p.  m.:    Sunday- 
hool,  9:30  A.  m. 
St.  Andrew'.-  Episcopal  Church — Location,   comer  Cypress 
and  Ninth.     Entrance,    Ninth    Street.     Rev.   John   A. 
Emery,  pastor.     Services  11   i.  M.,  7:30.  p.  m. 
First   Hebrew  Congregation — Location  of  synagogue,  south- 
it  corner  Clay   and    Thirteenth    Street-.      Rev.    M.  s. 


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Levy,  rabbi.  Services,  Saturday,  11  a.  m.,  Sabbath- 
school,  10  A.  M. 

Congregation  Beth  Jacob — Services  held  at  909  Webster 
Street.     E.  Barnett,  President. 

First  Presbyterian  Church — Location  corner  Franklin  and 
Fourteenth  Streets.  Rev.  Francis  A.  Horton,  D.  D.,  pas- 
tor. Residence,  1254  Franklin  Street.  Services  11  a.  m., 
7:30  p.  m.;  Sunday-school,  9:30  a.  m.  Welsh  Service  3 
p.  m.  Chinese  Sunday-school,  5:30  p.  m. 

Second  Presbyterian  Church — Location,  Union  between 
Eighth  and  Tenth  Streets.  H.  H.  Rice,  pastor.  Resi- 
dence, 1054  Kirkham.  Services  11  a.  m.,  7:30  p.  m.; 
Sunday-school,  12:30  p.  m. 

Presbyterian  Church  of  East  Oakland — Location,  corner 
East  Fourteenth  Street  and  Fifteenth  Avenue.  Rev. 
E.  S.  Chapman,  D.  D.,  pastor.  Residence  1264  Twelfth 
Avenue.  Services  11  a.  m.,  7:30  p.m.;  Sunday-school, 
12:30  p.  m. 

Presbyterian  Chinese  Mission — Location,  264  Thirteenth 
Street.     Services  11  a.  m.,  7  p.  m. 

Telegraph  Avenue  Presbyterian  Mission — Sunday-school, 
every  Sunday  at  3:30  p.  m.     1802  Telegraph  Avenue. 

Temescal  Presbyterian  Church — Rev.  Jas.  M.  Thompson, 
pastor.  Corner  First  and  Columbus  Avenues.  Ser- 
vices 11  a.  m.,  7:30  p.  m.;  Sunday-school,  10  a.  m. 

Church  of  the  Immaculate  Conception — Located  on  Jeffer- 
son Street  between  Seventh  and  Eighth  Streets.  Rev. 
Michael  King,  pastor;  Rev.  Thomas  Cranwell  and  Rev. 
James  Melvin,  assistant  pastors.  Residence,  616  Seventh 
Street.  Mass  on  Sunday,  7,  9  and  10:30  a.  m.  Ves- 
pers on  Sunday,  7:30  p.  m.  Mass  on  week  days,  7  a. 
m.     Sunday-school  after  the  9  a.  m.  mass. 

St.  Patrick's  Church  (West  Oakland) — Located  corner  Sew- 
ard and  Peralta  Streets.  Rev.  J.  B.  McNally,  pastor; 
Rev.  J.  O'Connell,  assistant  pastor. 

St.  Anthony's  Church  (East  Oakland) — Located  corner 
East  Fifteenth  Street  and  Sixteenth  Avenue.  Rev. 
Wm.  Gleeson,  pastor. 

Church  of  St.  Francis  De  Sales — Rev.  Thomas  McSweeney, 
pastor.  Location  and  residence,  cor  Grove  and  Twen- 
ty-first Streets. 

Church  of  the  Sacred  Heart  of  Jesus — Rev.  Lawrence 
Serda,  pastor.     Fortieth  Street,  North  Temescal. 

Christian  Church — Location  corner  Market  and  Thirteenth 
Streets.     Rev.  George  W.   Sweeney,  pastor.     Residence  , 

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corner  Myrtle  and  Eighteenth  Streets.  Services  11 
a.  m.,  7:30  p.  m.,  Sunday-school,  10  a.  m. 

First  Universalis!  Church — Services  at  Hamilton  Hall,  cor- 
ner Jefferson  and  Thirteenth  Streets,  at  11  a.  m.  Sun- 
day-school,  12:15   p.   if.     Rev.  T.  Goodenough,  pastor. 

Church  of  Christ  (Independent  and  unsectarian) — Services 
at  California  Hall,  Sunday  11  a.  m.,  7:30  p.  m.,  prayer 
meeting,  Thursday  evening  7.30  p.  m.  A.  Coplin,  pas- 
tor. 

Church  of  Jesus  Christ  of  Latter-Day  Saints — Harrison 
Street  between  Third  and  Fourth  Streets.  President, 
H.  B.  Brown.     Services  Sunday  11  a.  m.  and  7  p.  m. 

Thirty-fourth  Street  Methodist  Episcopal  Church — Loca- 
tion, south  side  Temescal  near  Telegraph  Avenue. 
Rev.  R.  McCracken,  pastor. 

Sweedish  Evangelica}  Lutheran  Church — Location,  south 
side  Ninth  Street  between  Clay  and  Washington  Streets. 
Rev.  A.  M.  Le  Veau,  pastor.  Services  10:30  a.  m.  and 
7:30  p.m. 

German  Evangelical  Lutheran  Church — Location,  NE  cor- 
ner Clay  and  Thirteenth  Streets.  Rev.  J.  H.  Theiss, 
pastor.  Residence  608  Twelfth  Street.  Services  10:45 
a.   m.,  Sunday-school  9:15  a.  m. 

New  Church  (Sweelenborgian) — Montana  Hall,  HGOi  Sev- 
enth Street.  Rev.  Leonard  G.  Jordan,  pastor.  Ser- 
vices  11  a.  M. 

Holiness  Association — Meets  at  .°>77  Tenth  Street,  Sundays 

3    P.    M. 

Second  Advent  Christian  (First  Day)— 1240  San  Pablo  Av- 
enue.     Services  11   .\.  .\r.  and  7:30  p.  m. 

Seventh  Day  Advent  ist  Church — Corner  Twelfth  and 
Brush.     E.  J.  Waggoner,  pastor.' 

Our  Savior's  Scandinavian  Lutheran  Church,  using  German 
Lutheran  Church  for  services  the  first  three  Sundays 
in  each  month  at  8  p.  m.  Rev.  Isaac  L.  P.  Dietrich  son, 
pastor 

Young  Men's  Christian  Association — Rooms,  866  Broad- 
way. Esaiah  Bray,  General  Secretary.  Noonday  prayer 
meeting,  week  days  from  L2  m.  to  12:45  p.  m.  Young 
men's  prayer  meeting-.  Monday  evenings  from  7:45  to 
8:45  p.  it.     Address,  Sunday  3  p.  if. 

Young  Men's  Christian*  Temperance  Union — Meets  every 
fourth  Thursday  In  each  month  in  Ebell  Parlors, Ham- 
ilton Hall. 

Oakland  Spiritual  Association — Meets  every  Sunday  at  2 
p,  m.,  at  Grand  Army  Hall,  419  Thirteenth  Street. 


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Salvation  Array — Object,  to  bring  sinners  to  repentance- 
Barracks,  315  and  317  Eighth  Street,  headquarters  for 
Pacific  Coast. 

French  Mission — 1240  San  Pablo  Avenue.  Services  Fri- 
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SOCIETIES. 

MASONIC. 

Oakland  Masonic  Temple  Association — Incorporated  June 
25,  1878.  Capital  stock  $100,000.  Northwest  corner  of 
Washington  and  Twelfth  Streets.  F.  K.  Shattuck 
president,  C.  E.  Gillett  Secretary. 

Live  Oak  Lodge  No.  61,  F.  &  A.  M.  Stated  meetings  on  the 
first  Friday  in  each  month,  at  the  Masonic  Temple. 
W.  F.  Perry,  W.  M.;  A.  D.  Thomson.  S.  W.;  Wm.  A. 
King,  Secretary;  G.  H.  Tilley,  Tiler. 

Oakland  Lodge  No.  188  F.  &  A.  M.  Stated  meetings  on 
the  first  Saturday  in  each  month,  at  the  Masonic 
Temple.  Fred.  S.  Button,  W.  M.;  A.  K.  Clark,  Secre- 
tary; C.  E.  Gillett,  Tiler. 

Brooklyn  Lodge  No.  225,  F.  &  A.  M.  (East  Oakland)— Meets 
at  Odd  Fellows'  Hall,  555  East  Twelfth  Street,  on  the 
first  Tuesday  in  each  month.  H.  P.  Capell,  W.  M.j 
,  S.  W.;    ,  J.  W.;    H.  D.  Lathrop,  secre- 


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Alcatraz  Lodge  No.  244,  F.&  A.  M.,  (West  Oakland)— Meets 
at  Masonic  Hall,  corner  of  Willow  and  Seventh  Streets, 
on  the  first  Monday  in  each  month.  E.  S.  Perkins,  W. 
M.;  J  C  Gorham,  Secretary. 

Oakland  Chapter  No.  36,  R.  A.  M. — Meets  on  the  first  and 
third  Wednesday  in  each  month,  at  the  Masonic  Tem- 
ple. Edward  H.  Morgan,  H.  P.;  J.  W.  McClymond, 
Secretarv  ;  C.  E.  Gillett,  Guard. 

Oakland  Council  No.  12,  R  &  S.  M.— Meets  on  the  third 
Thursday  in  each  month  at  the  Masonic  Temple. 
Webb  M.  Pearse,  T.  I.  M.;  E.  A.  Sherman,  R.  I.  D.  M.: 
E.  Cormenv,  J.  P.  C.  W.;  Geo.  Goodman,  Treasurer;  J. 
W.  McClvmond,  Recorder  ;  W.  C.  Smith,  C.  of  G.;  C.  F. 
Burnham,  C.  of  C;  H.  P.  Dalton,  Steward;  C.  E.  Gillett, 
Sentinel. 

Oakland  Commandry  No.  11,  K.  P.- — Stated  conclaves  on 
the  first  Tuesdav  in  each  month  at  Masonic  Temple. 
George  D.  Metealf,  E.  C;  C.  F.  Burnham,  Gen.;  Chas. 
W.  Hewes,C.  G.;  H.  B.  Sears,  Prelate  ;  R.  C.  Gaskill, 
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S.  W.;  George  Patterson,  J.  W.;  J.  N.  Phillips,  H.  B.;L. 

D.  Davis,  L.  \V.  B.;  H.  A.  Powell,  Warden;  C.  E.  Gillett, 
of  G.;  W.  F.  Blood,  1st  G.;  F.  W.  dishing,  2nd  G.;  M. 
Morris,  3rd  G. 

Oakland  Lodge  of  Perfection  No.  12,  A.  &  A.  S.  R.,  meets 
on  the  first  and  third  Mondays  in  each  month,  at  the 
Masonic  Temple.  E.  M.  Ferguson,  Yen.  M.;  E.  Cor- 
meny,  S.  W.;  G.  Patterson,  J.  W.;  E.  A.  Sherman,  0. 
R.;  E.  A.  Nordhausen,  Al.;  C.  E.  Gillet,  Secretary;  Geo. 
Goodman,  Treasurer;  W.  Frank  Pierce,  M.  of  C;  J.  B. 
Merritt,  S.  E.;  J.  C.  Schlarbaum,  J.  E.;  N.  B.  Holmes, 
C.  of  G.;  B.  F.  Stromberg,  Tiler. 

Gethsemane  Chapter  Rose  Croix  No.  5,  A.  &  A.  S.  R.,  meets 
Mondays,  on  call,  at  the  Masonic  Temple.  Ed.  A.  Sher- 
man, \\\  M.;  E.  M.  Ferguson,  S.  W.;  G.  Patterson,  J. 
\\\;  W.  H.  Logan,  0.  R.;  E.  A.  Nordhausen,  Al;  C.  E. 
Gillett,  Secretary;  Geo.  Goodman,  Treasurer;  J.  B.  Mer- 
ritt, M.  of  C;  E.  Cormeny,  S.  E,;  M.  T.  McNeelv,  J.  E.; 
K.  Joins,  C.  of  G.;  J.  C.  Schlarbaum,  St.  B.;  B.  F. 
Stromberg,  G.  of  T. 

De  Molay  Council,  lv.  K.,  No.  2,  A.  &  A.  S.  R.— Meets  Mon- 
days, on  call,  at  the  Masonic  Temple.     W.  Frank  Pierce, 

E.  C;  E.  M.  Ferguson,  1st  L.  C;  Geo.  Patterson,  2nd 
L.  C;  Geo.  E.  Kennedy,  Chan.;  E.  A.  Sherman,  Or.; 
E.  A.  Nordhausen,  AL;  C.  E.  Gillett,  Rec;  Geo.  (iood- 
nian,  Treas.;  J.  B.  Merritt,  M.  of  C;  Chas.  F,  Burn- 
ham,  Tur.;  M.  T.  McNeely,  Dra.;  B.  C.  Dick,  1st  D.; 
E.  Gormeny,  2nd  D.;  W.  T.  Hamilton,  B.  of  B.;  L.  L. 
Alexander,  B.  F.  S.;  N.  B.  Holmes,  B.  S.  S.;  J.  C.  Schlar- 
baum, L  of  (J.;  B.  F.  Stromberg,  Sen* 

Oak  Leaf  Chapter  No.  8,  <).  E,  S. — Meets  on  the  second  and 
fourth  Thursday  in  each  month,  at  the  Masonic  Temple. 
May  B.  Gilpin,  W.  M.;  Chas.  F.  Burnham,  W.  P.;  Em- 
ma IF  Button,  A.M.;  C.  C.  N.  Walter,  Secretary;  Anna 
V.  Chamberlain,  Treasurer;  Jennie  S.  Nai  smith,  ('on.; 
Carrie  A.  Kerchival,  A  C.;  A.  K.  ('lark,  ('bap.;  Mittie 
\j.  Feed,  Adah.;  Carrie  IF  Burdick,  Ruth;  Dora  E.  Craig, 
Esthej;  Sarah  T.  Merritt,  Martha;  Kate  El  Hess,  Electa; 
Mary  A.  Brown,  Warder;  C.  E.  Gillett,  Sentinel. 

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Fountain  Lodge  No.  198 — Meets  every  Monday  evening   at 

Odd  Fellows'  Hall. 
Porter  Lodge  No.  272— Meets  at  Kohler's  Hall,  1506  Seventh 

Street,  West  Oakland,  every  Tuesday  evening. 
Evening    Star    Lodge    No.    263    (East   Oakland) — Meets  at 

Schiminelpfeimig's  Hall,  764  East  Twelfth  Street,  every 

Wednesday  evening. 
Orion   Lodge  No.    189   (East  Oakland)— Meets  at  Odd  Fel- 
lows'  Hall,   555  East  Twelfth  Street,  every  Saturday 

evening. 
Enterprise  Lodge  No.  298 — Meets  at  hall,  corner  San  Pablo 

Avenue    and    Twenty-eighth  Streets,    every    Thursday 

evening 
Vorwaerts  Lodge  No.  313 — Meets  at  Germania  Hall,  every 

Wednesday  evening. 
Oakland  Encampment  No.  64 — Meets  at  Odd  Fellows'  Hall, 

555  East  Twelfth  Street,  second  and  fourth  Fridays  of 

each  month. 
Golden   Rule  Encampment  No.  34 — Meets  at  Odd  Fellows' 

Hall,   corner   Franklin   and  Eleventh  Streets,  first  and 

third  Friday  evenings  in  each  month. 
Oakland  Rebekah  Degree  Lodge  No.  16 — Meets  at  Odd  Fel- 
lows' Hall,  every  Saturday  evening. 
Brooklyn  Rebekah   Degree  Lodge  No.  12  (East  Oakland) — 

Meets   at  Odd  Fellows'  Hall,  555  East  Twelfth  Street, 

every  Monday  evening. 
Sunset  Rebekah  Degree  Lodge  No.  109. 
Teutonia  Rebekah  Degree  Lodge  No.  105. 
Odd  Fellows'   Relief  Committee— Meets   at   10 

Sunday  at  Hall. 
Odd  Fellows'  Library— In  Odd  Fellows'  Hall. 

day,   Sundays  excepted,  from  1  to  9  p.  M. 

Librarian. 
Odd  Fellows'  Hall  Association — Meets  at  Hall  last  Monday 

evening  in  each  month.     Geo.   Kirk,  President;    John 

McVey,  Secretary,  Otto  Brown,  Treasurer. 
Odd   Fellows'   Hall  Association  of  East  Oakland — Meets  at 

Hall,  555  East  Twelfth  Street,  second  Monday  evening 

of  each   month.     0.   Whipple,   President;    E.    Bangle, 

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California  Lodge  No.  1 — Meets  at  Fraternity  Hall,  Tuesdays. 

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Oakland  Lodge  No.  2— Meets    377  Twelfth  Street.     Robert 

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Brooklyn  Lodge  No.  3 — Meets  at  Odd  Fellows'  Hall,  555  East 
Twelfth  Street,  Thursdays.  F.  W.  Davis,  M.  W.; 
George  Chase,  R. 

Occidental  Lodge  No.  6 — Meets  at  northeast  corner  Seventh 
and  Peralta  Streets,  Fridays.  John  N.  Bishop,  M.  W.; 
Will  G.  Hawkins,  R.  ^ 

Pacific  Lodge  No.  7— Meets  at  377  Twelfth  Street,  Thurs- 
davs.     E.  W.  Marston,  M.  W.;  C.  W.  Baker,  R. 

Oak  Leaf  Lodge  No.  35— Meets  at  377  Twelfth  Street,  Mon- 
days.    William  Cogan,  M.  W.;  M.  S.  Baker,  R.  ^ 

Keystone  Lodge  No.  64 — Meets  377  Twelfth  Street,  Tues- 
days—J.  J.  Allen,  M.  W.;  D.  T.  Fowler,  R. 

Central  Lodge  No.  251 — Meets  at  corner  Seventh  and  Ade- 
line Streets,  Mondays.  James  Galavan,  M.  W.;  Charles 
Gill  man,  R. 

Temple  Lodge  No.  11 — Meets  at  North  Temescal,  Mondays. 
R.  B.  Dixon,  M.  W.;  E.  J.  Foubert,  R. 

Bay  District  Lodge  No.  226 — Meets  at  Klinkner  Hall,  San 
Pablo  Avenue  Station,  Tuesdays.  Henry  Kurze,  M. 
W.;  John  McCarthy,  R. 

Degree  of  Honor. 
Dawn  of  Hope  No.  1 — Meets  at  West   Oakland    second  and 

fourth  Mondays  each  month. 
Silver  Star  No.  2 — Meets  at  North  Temescal  first  and  third 

Mondays  each  month. 

Grand  Army  of  the  Republic. 
(Hall  419  Thirteenth  Street.) 

Lyon  Post  No.  8,  G.  A.  R. — Robert  B.  S.  York,  Commander. 

Meets  every  Tuesday  evening,  Grand  Army  Hall. 
Appomattox    Post    No.    50 — W.    W.   Jacobs,    Commander. 

Meets  every  Thursday  evening,  Grand  Army  Hall. 
Appomattox    Relief   Corps  No.   5,  W.   R.  C. — Meets   every 

Thursday  at  2  p.  m,  Grand  Army  Hall.     Mrs.  Sarah  J. 

Farwell,  President:   Mrs.  Hattie  S.  Bracktle,  Secretary. 
John  A.  Logan  Circle  No.  5,  Ladies  of  the  G.  A.  R. — Meets 

every  Saturday  evening,  Grand  Army  Sail.     Mrs. 

Young,  President;  Secretary. 

Lyon  Women's  Relief  Corps  No.  6 — Meets  every  Wednesday 

afternoon  at  2  P.  m,  at  Grand   Army  Hall.      Mrs.  Sarah 

M.  Steele,  President;  Mrs.  Sarah  P.  Lemon.  Secretary. 

KNIGHTS  OF  HONOR, 

Clinton    Lod.irc    Xe.  201 0— Meets  at  Washington  Hall,  307 
Bast  Twelfth  Street,  Becond  and   fourth  Mondays,  I.  O. 

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Golden  State  Lodge  No.  2058— Meets  at  I.  0.  0.  F.  Hall,  sec- 
ond and  fourth  Tuesdays. 

Ivanhoe  Lodge  No.  1889— Meets  Kohler's  Hall,  1506  Sev- 
enth Street,  second  and  fourth  Tuesdays. 

Tahoe  Lodge  No.  1876 — Meets  West  Berkeley,  every  Satur- 
day. 

KNIGHTS  OF  THE  GOLDEN  RULE. 

Oakland  Castle  No.  69— Meets  at  A.  0.  U.  W.  Hall,  corner 
Franklin  and  Twelfth  Streets,  second  and  fourth  Wed- 
nesdays each  month. 

UNITED  ORDER  OF  HONOR. 

Oakland  Lodge   No.  55 — Meets  at    Montana  Hall,   Seventh 

Street,  second  and  fourth  Fridays  each  month.     Chas. 

Cornberger,    President;     N.    C.    Anderson,    Secretary; 

Emily  Fitzmaurice,  Treasurer. 
Athenian  No.  128 — Meets  at  Pythian  Hall,  second  and  fourth 

Tuesdays.     D.  J.  Dimmek,  President;   E.  M.  Hanavan, 

Secretary;    C.  W.  Gibson,  Treasurer. 

INDEPENDENT  ORDER  OF  GOOD  TEMPLARS. 

An  association  formed  for  the  promotion  of  temperance. 
The  Good  Templar's  Home  for  Orphans  at  Vallejo,  Cal. 
(erected  1869),  is  sustained  by  this  order. 

Fountain  Lodge  No.  193 — Meets  at  Medical  Hall,  Clay  be- 
tween Tenth  and  Eleventh  Streets,  every  Monday 
evening. 

Athens  Lodge  No.  286 — Meets  at  Medical  Hall  every  Fri- 
day evening. 

Prohibition  Lodge  No.  412 — Meets  at  Congregational 
Church,  Chase  near  Wood  Street,  every  Tuesday  even- 
ing. 

Brooklyn  Lodge  No.  384 — Meets  at  Washington  Hall,  307 
East  Twelfth  Street,  every  Friday  evening. 

Oakland  Lodge  No.  520 — Meets  at  Hall  corner  Thirty- 
fourth  and  Ettie  Streets,  every  Tuesday  evening. 

woman's  christian  temperance  union. 
The  object  of  the  Union  is  for  the  inculcation   and  spread 
of  temperance  principles. 

YOUNG  MEN'S  CHRISTIAN    ASSOCIATION. 

Capt.  Isaiah  Bray,  General  Secretary.  Rooms,  865  Broad- 
way, and  new  building  NE  corner  Twelfth  and  Clay 
Streets.  Resort  for  young  men.  Library,  reading  rooms, 
games,  etc.  Noon  meetings  daily,  except  Sunday.  Bible 
study  Monday  evenings.  Preaching  service  3  p.  if. 
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Oakland    Grove    No.    24 — Meets    at  Germania  Hall    every 

Monday  evening. 
Mistletoe    Grove    No.   54 — Meets   at    Druid's    Hall,    corner 

Adeline  and  Seventh    Streets,  every   Tuesday  evening. 
East  Oakland  Grove  No.   49 — Meets   at   Schimmelpfennig's 

Hall,  764    East    Twelfth    Street,  East    Oakland,  every 

Thursday  evening. 
Garibaldi  Grove  No.  71 — Meets  at  Pythian  Hall. 

ANCIENT  ORDER  OF  FORESTERS. 

Court  Pacific  No.  7115— Meets  at  Foresters'  Hall,  453 
Eighth  Street,  every  Tuesday  evening. 

Court  City  of  Oakland  No.  6959 — Meets  at  Hall  corner 
Adeline  and  Seventh  Streets,  first  and  third  Tuesdays 
of  each  month. 

Court  Shell  Mound  No.  7261— Meets  at  Klinkner  Hall,  San 
Pablo  Avenue  Station,  every  Thursday  evening. 

Companions  of  the  Forest — Meets  second  and  fourth  Mon- 
days of  each  month  at  Odd  Fellows'  Hall. 

Court  Mystic — Meets  first  and  third  Friday  of  each  month 
at  Grand  Army  Hall. 

INDEPENDENT  ORDER  OF  FORESTERS. 

Court  California  No.  202 — Meets  at  Fidelity  Hall,  corner 
Seventh  and  Peralta  Streets. 

KNIGHTS    OF     PYTHIAS. 

Oakland  Division  No.  4,  Uniform  Rank — Meets  at  Armory 
Hall,  corner  of  Washington  and  Twelfth  streets,  every 
Tuesday  evening.  A.  C.McAlpine, Commander;  Henry 
A.  Holland,  Recorder. 

Oakland  Lodge  No.  103— Meets  at  Pythian  Hall,  1050 
Broadway,  every  Friday  evening.  W.  R.  Mathes, C.  C. 
imuel  Ferris,  K  .  of  R.  &  S. 

Live  Oak  Lodge  No.  17 — Meets  at  Odd  Fellow  >'  Hall,  corner 
Franklin  and  Eleventh  Streets,  each  Wednesday  even- 
ing. George  R.  Scott,  C.  C;  Henry  A.  Holland,  Re- 
corder. 

Brooklyn  Lodge  No.  32  (Easl  Oakland) — Meets  every  Mon- 
day evening  at  Schimmelpfennig'a  Hall,  764  E  Twelfth 
Orrin  Page,  C.  C;  0.  J.  H.  Luth,  K.of  R.  and  S. 

West  Oakland   Lodge  No.   1  11  —  Meets  at    Masonic  Hall,  cor- 
ner Willow  and    Seventh  Streets,  Tuesday    evening  of 
•1.  month.    0.  W.  Deuel,  0.  C.j  A.  M.  Barrett,  K  o<  R. 

and  S. 

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man,  K.  of  R.  and  S. 
Rising  Star  Lodge  No.   152 — Meets  at   Golden   Gate    every 
Wednesday  evening.     W.  E.  Rosemond,    C.  C;  T.    A. 
Donovan,  K.  of  R.  and  S. 

ORDER    OF    CHOSEN     FRIENDS. 

Harbor  View  Council  No.  188 — Meets  at  Klinkner  Hall,  San 
Pablo  Avenue  Station,  Monday  evenings.  F.  H.  Pen- 
dleton, Councillor. 

Oakland  Council  No.  20 — Meets  at  corner  Willow  and  Sev- 
enth Streets,  first  and  third  Wednesdays.  Ann  E. 
Thomas.  Councillor. 

Unity  Council  No.  179 — Meete  at    Grand   Army  Hall    419 
Thirteenth  street,  second  and  fourth  Wednesdays.     D 
Irene  Fields,  Councillor. 

Oak  Leaf  Council  No.  155 — Meets  at  Grand  Army  Hall  first 
and  third  Wednesday  of  each  month,  at  8  p.  if.     E.  M 
Hanavan,  Secretary. 

Golden  Gate    Council  No.  40  (North    Temescal) Meets  at 

hall  opposite  post-office,  second  and  fourth  Wednesdays 
A.  de  Marconnay,  M.  D.,  Councillor. 

YOUNG    MEN'S    INSTITUTE. 

Young  Men's  Institute — Meets  at  St.   Mary's  Hall. 

Young  Men's  Institute  No.  8 — Meets  at  Masonic  Hall  cor- 
ner Willow  and  Seventh  Streets,  second  and  fourth 
Wednesdays  of  each  month 

Young  Men's  Institute.  Branch  No.  6 — Meets  the  first  and 
third  Thursdays  of  each  month,  at  Young  Men's  Insti- 
tete  Hall,  southeast  corner  of  Eighth  and  Grove  Streets 
J.  C.  McAvoy,  President;  George  L.  Yager,  First  Vice- 
President;  Frank  T.  Barlow,  Second  Vice-President- 
James  McElroy,  Treasurer;  Ed.  F.  Holland,  Financial 
Secretary ;'T.  J.  Kiley,  Recording  Secretary;  Win.  J. 
Cahill,  Corresponding  Secretary;  E.  B.  Noblett,  Marshal! 

NATIVE    SONS    OF  THE    GOLDEN    WEST. 

Oakland  Parlor  No.  40— Meets  at  PyihianHall,  1056  Broad- 
way, every  Wednesday  evening. 

Oakland  Parlor  No  50— Meets  at  1015  Clay. 

Piedmont  Parlor  No.  120 — Meets  at  California  Hall,  corner 
Clay  and  Eleventh  Streets,  Friday  nights.     H.' B.  Bel-  ! 
den,  President;  H.  L.  Tisdale,  Secretary. 

St.  Andrew's  Society — Organized  for  the  purpose  of  afford- 
ing  relief  to  the  sick  and  needy  Scotch.  *  Meets    at    St 
Andrew's  Hall,  1056£  Broadway,  every  Thursday  even-  ■ 

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ing.  Peter  Thomson,  President:  D.  Edward  Collins, 
Vice-President;  James  P.  Taylor,  Fincinial  Secretary; 
James  Brown,  Treasurer;  John  Thexton,  Recording 
Secretary. 

St.  George's  Society — Meets  at  California  Hall,  every  Thurs- 
day evening  at  7:30  p.  m.  D.  C.  Harrington,  President; 
J.  VV.  Carlen,  Secretary. 

British  American  Association  (  Oakland,  Cal.) — Dr.  E.  M. 
Paterson,  President;  0.  R.  Morgan,  James  B.  Mackie 
and  John  W.  Carlen,  Vice-Presidents;  S.  H.  Wass, 
Secretary;  Peter  Thomson,  Treasurer.  Meets  every 
Wednesday  at  3  p.  m.,  at  St.  Andrew's  Hall,  1056i 
Broadway. 

ANCIENT  ORDER  OF  HIBERNIANS. 

Division  No.  3 — Meets  at  St.  Mary's  Hall,  corner  Grove  and 
Seventh  Streets,  second  Wednesday  of  each  month. 
Patrick  Mullen,  President. 

Division  No.  2 — Meets  at  St.  Mary's  Hall,  corner  Grove 
and  Seventh  Streets,  second  Tuesday  of  each  month. 
James  Sullivan,  President. 

St.  Joseph's  Benevolent  Society — Meets  at  St.  Mary's  Hall, 
corner  Grove  and  Seventh  Streets,  first  Monday  in 
each  month.     Owen  Lanertv,  President. 


HEBREW  SOCIETIES. 

INDEPENDENT  ORDEB   b'nAI   b'RITH. 

Oakland  Lodge    No.    252 — Meets  at  corner  Thirteenth    and 

Clay    Staeets,  every  Tuesday  evening   at  8  o'clock.     M. 

A.  Samuels.   President;   J.   Krischner,    Vice-President; 

E.  Bernstein,  Secretary;   J.  M.  Cohen,  Treasurer. 
Chavra  Kedusha — A  Hebrew   benevolent    association.       M. 

II.  Coffee,  President;  ML  .Jonas.  Secretary. 
Daughters  of   Israel — A   benovolent    association  organized 

for  the  relief  of  the    needy  of  the  Hebrew   persuasion. 

Meetings   held    in  the  vestry  of  the  synagogue.     Mrs. 

\l    Heel,  President;  Mrs.  D.Gernianus,  Secretary. 


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Ensemble  Club — Meet-  every    Monday  at     L2:45  P.   M..  at     II 
Fruit  and  Flower  Mission — An  association  of  young  ladies 
who  minister  to  the  poor  and  Bick  in  hospitals  and  tene- 
ments,  by    taking    them    fruits,  flowers,  delicacies,   and 

reading  mutter      Room,  L375  Broadway.     Miss  Prances 

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M.  Bower,  President;  Miss  Eva  Lukins, Treasurer;  Miss 
Sara  G.  Ward,  Secretary. 

Knights  of  the  Golden  Rule — Meets  Thursday  evenings, 
at  1015  Clay  Street. 

Oakland  Bar  Association — A.  A.  Moore,  President;  J.  C. 
Martin,  Vice-President;  Geo.  E.  De  Golia,  Secretary; 
George  D.  Metcalf,  Treasurer. 

Societa  di  Mutuo  Soccorso  della  Guardia  Christoforo  Col- 
ombo— An  Italian  benevolent  association.  Meets  at 
hall,  416  Eighth  Street,  first  Saturday  evening  each 
month.  L.  Barattini,  President;  Giuseppe  Folcia,  Sec- 
retary. 

Semandade  Portuguesa  da  Ordem  de  Espirito  Santo  de 
West    Oakland — A    Portguese     benevolent    incorpora- 

x  tion.  Trustees:  Antonio  Cruz,  Antonio  Vieira,  August 
Smith. 

Champions  of  the  Red  Cross — Meets  every  Friday  even- 
ing, I.  O.  O.  F.  Hall. 

Western  Shore  Lodge  N.  71,  Brotherhood  of  Railroad 
Brakemen — Meets  at  Fidelity  Hall  corner  Seventh  and 
Peralta  Streets 

Oakland  Division  No.  283  Brotherhood  of  Locomotive  En- 
gineers— Meets  at  Fidelity  Hall  corner  Seventh  and 
Peralta  Streets. 

Upchurch  Legion,  No.  9.  S.  K — Meets  first  and  third  Mon- 
days, at  Fraternity  Hall  corner  Seventh  and  Peralta 
Streets. 

Unity  Chapter  No.  65,  O.  E.  S. — Meets  second  and  fourth 
Mondays,  at  Fraternity  Hall  corner  Seventh  and  Per- 
alta Streets. 

Grangers.  Temescal  Grange — Mrs.  Babcock  Secretary. 
Meets  first  and  third  Saturday  of  each  month  at  I.  O.  O. 
F.  Hall. 

Sons  of  St.  George.  Albion  Lodge  No.  206 — Meets  at  1015 
Clav  Street. 

Young  and  Old  Club  (social) — Meets  second  and  fourth  ; 
Fridays  of  each  month  at  Grand  Army  Hall. 

Oakland  Union  No.  624,  E.  A.  U. — Meets  every  Satuday  at 
Fraternity  Hall,  corner  Seventh  and   Peralta  Streets. 

United  Endoment  Associates. 

Oakland  Lodge  No.  7 — Meets  Synagogue  Hall,  corner  Clay 

and  Thirteenth  Streets,  second  and  fourth  Fridays. 

Oakland  Typograpaical  Union,  No.  36. 
C.  D.  Rodgers,    President;  T.  W.   Lockwood,    Secretary;  E. 
A.  Cook,  Treasurer. 


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Ebell    Society. 
Meets  in  Hamilton  Hall  last  Saturday  of  each  month.  Miss 
Dean,  President, 

Reliance  Athletic  Club. 
Meets  second  floor  Masonic  Temple. 

Columbia  Rowing  Club  of  Oakland. 
(Boat-house  foot  of  Alice  Street  near  Alice  Street  Bridge.) 
Number  of  boats,  ten,  viz.:  one  four-oared  barge,  two  four- 
oared  shells,  one  pair-oared  lapstreak,  four  single  gigs, 
one  single  lapstreak,  two  single  shells,  .one  canoe. 
Howard  E.  Shinn,  President;  Chas.  R.  Yates,  Vice- 
President:  F.  L.  Haven,  Treasurer;  Wm.  McPherson, 
Secretary;  Wm.  McGillivray,  Captain;  Frank  G.  Drum, 
Vice-Captain:  F.  S.  Stratton  and  J.  A.  Folger,  Direc- 
tors. 

Oakland  Canoe  Club. 
(Foot  of  Alice.) 
W.  W.  Blow,  Commodore;  E.Russell  Cooper,  Secretary,  829 
(rrove. 

Oakland  Camera  Club. 

H.  L.  Adams,  President;  T.  W.  Sigourney,    Vice-President; 

J.    Leo  Park,  Secretary;     Frank     Rodolph,     Treasurer. 

•    Board  of.  Directors— -T.  W.   Sigourney,  EL    L.   Adams, 

Chester  Deering,  A.  J.  Gray.  L.J.  Hassler.     Address  of 

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[ndependenl    Order  Good  Samaritans,    Friendship    Lodge 
No.  2— Me  •-  al  Shattuck  Hall,  453  Eighth. 

[ndependenl  OrderGood  Samaritans.  Golden    Link    Lodge 
No.  3 — Meeta  at  shattuck  Hall.  453  Eighth. 

Alameda  County   Medical   Association— Organized  Oct.  25, 
l  >69.     W.  F.  Southard,  M.  D.,  President  ;  E.  M.  Pater- 
son,  M.  D.,  Vice-President;  L.  S.  Burchard,M.  IV.  5 
tary  ;  R.  Harmon,  Treasurer.    Number  active  meml 
in ';  number  of  honorary  members,  4  ;  Dumber  of  non- 

idenl  members,  L3.     Meeta  at    l  L55   Broadway, 
.-nd  Tuesday  evening  of  each  month,  b  clock. 

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President  ;  Mrs.  H.  P.  Livermore,  Corresponding  Sec- 
retary ;  Mrs.  A.  T.  Leighton,  Matron. 

Sheltering  Home — A  temporary  home  for  women  and  chil- 
dren.    Miss  Annie  T.  Athern,  Matron,  1274  Franklin. 

Woman's  Sheltering  and  Protection  Home — Mrs.  Emilie  M. 
Chabot,  President  ;  George  E.  DeGolia,  Secretrry;  757 
Broadway,  room  8. 

Oakland  Hospital  and  Home  for  Invalids — Located  on 
Twelfth,  between  Jackson  and  Madison  Streets.  E  .H. 
Woolsey,  M.  D.,  physician  in  charge. 

Health  Office — No.  510  Fifteenth  street,  under  charge  of  D. 
D.  Crowley,  M.  D. 

Dania  Society — A  Danish  Benevolent  Association — Meets 
at  hall,  864i  Broadway,  every  Wednesday  evening. 
John  F.  Tyllesen,  President ; Jergensen,  Secretary. 

The  West  Oakland  Home  (A  corporation) — Objects  to  ad- 
minister relief  to  roor  and  needy  widows  and  orphans, 
needy  children  and  unfortunate  women.  Location  of 
office,  973  Campbell  street,  West  Oakland.  Directors 
and  officers  for  1889:  Mrs.  Wm.  Crocker,  President; 
Mrs.  R.  S.  McWade,  Vice-President;  Mrs.  E.  M.  Knight 
Secretary  ;  Mrs.  Wm.  Kirk,  Treasurer;  Mrs.  Georgiana 
S.   Bowman,  Corresponding  Secretary. 


GERMAN  SOCIETIES. 

Deutscher  Club— Meets  461£  Twelfth  Street.  J.  F.  W. 
Bahls,  President;    A.  Koenig,  Secretary. 

Germania  Hall  Association — Phil  Conradi,  President;  Al- 
bert Kayser,  Secretary;    F.  Sinram,  Treasurer. 

Oakland  Turn  Verein — Julius  Fischer,  President;  Gustav 
Schmidt,  Vice-President;  F.  Sinram,  Treasurer;  Max 
Trustees:  Phil  Conradi,  A.  Tillman,  F.  Sinram. 

Verein  Eintracht — Meets  every  Tuesday  night  at  Verein 
Eintracht  Hall. 

California  Lodge  No.  2  0.  D.  H.  S. — Meets  Germania  Hall 
every  Thursday  evening.  John  Helbke,  President; 
Henry  Krake,  Secretary;  C.  Blessing,  Financial  Sec- 
retary;   David  Vogt,  Treasurer. 

Court  Harmonie,  No.  7547,  A.  0.  F. — Anton  Mitchel,  Dis 
trict  Deputy;  H.  Schelke,  P.  C.  R.;  Max  Franz,  C.  R.J 
Wm.  Ludke,  S.  C.  R.;  Franz  Harding,  F.  S.;  Pfl.  Hobj- 
man,  R.  S.;  C.  Allwardt,  J.  W.;  Chas.  Ravmaker,  S.  W.; 
Tai  Krieger,  J.  B.;  Julius  Pflug,  S.  B.;  Dr.  H.  E.  Mai- 
ler, Physician;  Wm.  Teassler,  H.  Gloz,  Caspar  Wen- 
mer,  Trustees.     Meets  Wednesday  evening  at  Eintracht 


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Hall,    Webster    Street    between    Seventh    and    Eighth 
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LOAN     ASSOCIATIONS. 

WEST  OAKLAND    MUTUAL    LOAN    ASSOCIATION. 

(Office,  Masonic  Hall,  corner  Willow  and  Seventh  Streets.) 
Incorporated  July  21,  1875.  Office  hours  from  6  to  8 
p.  m.  Monday  and  Thursday  evenings.  Meeting  held 
second  Monday  of  each  month.  A.  Sbarboro,  Secre- 
tary. 


HOME  SECURITY  BUILDING  AND   LOAN  ASSOCIA- 
TION OF  ALAMEDA  COUNTY. 

(Office,  465  Ninth  Street,    Oakland.) 
This  association   is   managed  by  a  board  of  nine  trustees, 

elected  yearly    by  the    shareholders.       Meetings    held 

twice  a  month.     J.  Greenhood,  President:  Charles  K. 

Clark,  Secretary. 
Equity  Building  and    Loan    Association — J.  B.  McChesney, 

President;    G.    A.    Willard,    Secretary.       Office,     100;] 

Washington  Street. 


BANKS. 

The   Oakland    Bank  of  Savings — Incorporated    August    13, 
1867.     Located  northeast  corner  Broadway  and  Twelfth 
Streets.     E.  C.  Sessions,  President:  W.  W.  Garth  waite,  I 
Cashier.     Authorized   capital,  $1,000,000;    Capital  and 
Reserve  Fund,  $500,000. 

First    National    Bank   of  Oakland — Incorporated    May    L5, 
L875.      Located   at    looo    Broadway.      V.    D.    Moody,  i 
President,   John    E.    Etuggles,    Vice-President;    A.    D.  I 
Thompson,  Cashier;    Capital,  $100,000;  Burplus,  $130,- 
000. 

Union    National    Bank — [ncorporated    May  26,  L875.     Lo-  , 
cated    northeast  corner    Broadway  and    Ninth  Streets. 
Thomas   Prather,  President;    C,    E.    Palmer,  Cashier. 

Capital.  $150,000. 

Union  Savings  Bank  —  [ncorporated  May  26,  L869.  Loca- 
ted southeast  corner  of  Ninth  and  Broadway.  J.  West 
Martin.  President;  A  E,  EI.  Cramer, Treasurer.  Loans, 
$1,7  18,739.67;  deposits,  $1,691,670.78;  Capital.  $300,- 
000. 

California  Bank  and  Trust  Co — [ncorporated  Sept.  1.  1887. 

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Published  by  the  Pacific  Press  Publishing  Co.,  corner 
Castro  Street  and  Central  Avenue.  Subscription, 
$2.00  per  year. 

American  Sentinel — An  8-page  monthly  paper,  devoted  to 
the  defense  of  American  institutions.  Published  by 
Pacific  Press  Publishing  Co.,  corner  Castro  Street  and 
Central  Avenue.   Subscription  price,  50  cents  per  year. 

Pacific  Health  Journal  and  Temperance  Advocate — Thirty- 
two  pages.  Devoted  to  health  and  temperance.  Pub- 
lished monthly  by  the  Pacific  Press  Publishing  Co., 
corner  Castro  Street  and  Central  Avenue.  Subscrip- 
tion price,  $1.00  per  year. 

Daily  Morning  Times — Republican  in  politics.  Published 
b}'  the  Morning  Times  Co.  H.  P.  Squire  manager,  of- 
fice, 950  Broadway.  Price,  50  cents  per  month,  deliv- 
ered by  carrier.  Official  paper  of  the  city.  Only  pa- 
per in  California  (outside  of  San  Francisco)  issued 
every  day  in  the  week.  Energetic,  spicy,  bold.  Gives 
the  latest  news. 

Enquirer — Issued  every  evening   (Sundays  excepted),   and 
delivered  by  carriers  at  35  cents  per  month.     R  *publi-  j 
can  in  politics.     Frank    A.    Leach,   publisher  and  pro- 
prietor.    Office,  960  Broadway. 

Daily  Evening  Tribune — Republican.  Office,  413-417 
Eighth  Street.  Published  by  Tribune  Publishing  Co. 
Yearly  subscription,  $6.00.  Delivered  at  15  cents  per 
week.     W.  E.  Dargie,  manager. 

East  Oakland  News  (East  Oakland) — Weekly.  Republican 
in  politics.  James  D.  Nairne,  proprietor.  Published 
every  Saturday. 

Oakland  Journal  (German) — Weekly.  Albert  Kayser,  edi- 
tor and  publisher.  Office,  southwest  corner  Seventh 
and  Webster.     Post-office  box,  287. 

The  Labor  Advocate — Weeklv.  Published  every  Saturday 
under  the  auspices  of  the  Knights  of  Labor  and  Trades 
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OFFICIAL  DIRECTORY. 

ALAMEDA  COUNTY  GOVERNMENT. 

County    Court    House — Located    on   the    west    side    of 
Broadway  between  Fourth  and  Fifth  Streets. 


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pires  first  Monday  in  January,  1891. 

Department   No.    2 — E.   M.  Gibson,  Judge, 
pires  first  Monday  in  January,  1890. 

Department  No.  3 — John  Ellsworth,  Judge 
pires  first  Monday  in  January,  189."). 

District  Attorney — (J.    \V.    Reed.     Term    expires    first 
Monday  in  January,  1891. 

Deputy  District  Attorneys — Emil  Nusbaumer  and  L.  S. 

Church. 

Court   Commissioner — D.    M.  Conner.     Office,    Delger 
Block. 

Sheriff — William  E.  Hale.     Term  expires  first  Monday 
in  January,  1 891 . 

Under  Sheriff— W.  S.  Barlow. 

Deputy  Sheriff — Charles  E.  Aid  en,  J.  C.  Jamieson. 

Jailer— E.  II.  Woolsey. 

\  distant  Jailer     Jobu  Morrison. 

County  Treasurer— S.  Huff.     Term  expires  January  1. 
L891. 

County  Tai  Collector— James  I>.  Barber.  Term  expires 
January  L.  L891. 


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Monday  in  January,  1891. 

County  Surveyor — George  L.  Nusbaumer.  Term  ex- 
pires first  Monday  in  January,  1891. 

Board  of  Supervisors  of  Alameda  County,  Cal. 
Regular    meetings    first  Mondays    of    February,    May, 
August  and  November. 

Members  of  Board — Hiram  Bailey,  District  No.  1;  D. 
W.  Martin,  District  No.  2;  Bart.  Morgan,  District  No.  3;  D. 
C.  Brown,  District  No.  4;  W.  S.  Pelouze,  District  No.  5; 
Bart.  Morgan,  Chairman;  Chas.  T.  Boardman,  Clerk. 

Order  of  Business. 

1— Roll  Call. 

2 Reading  of  Minutes  of  Previous  Meeting. 

3 — Reports  of  County  Officers. 
•  4 — Reports  of  Committees. 

5 Reception  of  Petitions  and  Communications. 

6 — Unfinished  Business. 
7 — Reception  of  Bills. 
8 — Allowance  of  Bills. 
9 — New  Business. 

Standing  Committees. 
Judiciary,  County  Buildings  and   Improvements — Pel- 
ouze, Martin  and  Brown. 

Auditing  and  Finance — Brown,  Bailey  and  Pelouze. 
Roads,  Bridges   and   Franchises — Martin,  Pelouze  and 

Bailey. 

Hospitals — Bailey,  Brown  and  Martin. 

BOARD  OF  EQUALIZATION. 

Consists  of  the  County  Board  of  Supervisors.  Meets 
first  Monday  in  July  and  continues  in  session  during  the 
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(Room    5,  Court  House.) 
W.  F.  B.  Lynch,  Chairman:  Win.  Dukeon,  F.  M.  Camp- 
bell, W.  B.  Ludlow;  P.  M.  Fisher,  Secretary. 

County     Superintendent     of    Public     Schools — P.    M. 

Fisher. 

Deputy  Superintendent  of  Public  Schools — Mrs.  Anna 

C.  Fisher. 

Office  days,    Saturdays    and    Mondays,    from  9  a.  If.  to 

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HALL  OF  RECORDS. 

Located  on  the  east  side  of  Broadway  between  Fourth 
and   Fifth  Streets. 

County  Recorder — Rod.  W.  Church.  Term  of  office 
expires  first  Monday  in  January,  1891. 

Deputy  Recorders — W.  B.  Hamilton,  Gecrge  N.  Masen. 

Copyists — W.  H.  Church,  Charles  L.  Neale,  George  H. 
Furrey,  Paul  Schaffer,  R.  C,  Vose,  J.  R.  Taylor. 

County  Clerk  and  Auditor — Charles  T.  Boardman. 
Term  of  office  expires  first  Monday  in  January,   1891. 

Deputy  Clerks — E.  B.  Overacker,  N.  G.  Sturtevant,  W. 
F.  Hardy,  Robert  Edgar,  Frank  J.  Krauth,  W.  M.  Gilcrest. 

Public  Administrator  —  James  Stanley.  Term  of 
office  expires  first  Monday  in  January,  1891.  Office,  969 
Broadway 

Coroner — Henry  Evers.  Office,  865  Washington.  Term 
expires  first  Monday  in  January,  1891. 


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(Postoffice  address,  San  Leandro.)  ^H' 

This    institution    is    located    about    twelve  miles    from  Sjf 

Oakland,  between  San  Leandro  and    Haywards.      It    affords  ^^ 

a  home  for  the  indigent  aged  and  infirm,  and  a  hospital  for  <Q 

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Building.     Under  charge  of  Dr.  II.  T.  Legler.  00  ^ 

NOTARIES  PUBLIC  FOR  ALAMEDA  COUNTY.  $  ~ 

N.    Benedict.  mmission     expires     September    1*2,  ^  « 

10.  ^  ~ 

George  Br u mall.     Commission  expired  April   l-">.  ISS9.  p$  |= 

Fred  L.  Button,  Oakland.    Commission  expires  Decern-  Kj  §• 

her  20,  18  Xfl  3" 

Will   M.  Burrell, Oakland.    Commission  expired  March  hjj  ^ 

-r>-     589<  6 

Edward    Bernstein,    Oakland.       Commission    expired  E 

March  3,  L889.  H  gf 

Ezra  Burrell.  Oakland.     Commission   expired   April  I.  •     E3 

L8*  •     s 

J.  Callaghan,    Oakland.     Commission    expired    March  Jaj 

3rd  L889. 

A.    \I    Church,    Oakland.    Commission    expired   July 

26,  L889.  ^ 

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"«  C.  L   t  'olvin,    Oakland.     Commission   expires  October 

80   14,  1890. 

o  sT  W-  J-    Dingee)    Oakland.     Commission    expires    April 

S  IP   29,  1890. 

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Sao  A.  J.  Gillis.     Commission  expired  May  1,  lv  ^^ 

§ +f ;  W.    Holtz,    Alameda.     Commission     expired    May  31,    ^^ 


&  *  M.  T.  Dusenbury,  Oakland.     Commission  expired  Jan. 

£      I  7,  1889. 

John  Ellsworth,  Alameda.     Commission  expired  March 


3    .'10,  1889 


*§  "  James  Gamble.     Commission  expires   May  15,  1890 


^  1 1889. 

£  ©  Carv  Howard,  Oakland.     Commission  expired    March 

§  J    2,  1889." 

&  §  Thomas    C.   Huxley,  Mission    San  Jose.    Commission 

'  expires  May  28, 1890. 

C.  T.  Johns,  Oakland.     Commission  expired  March  25, 
1889. 

Lee  Kenworthy.     Commission  expired  August  12, 1889 
©  g  G.    W.    Langan.     Commission     expired    December    5,  ^     ^ 

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&+|  A.  C.  Lawson,  Oakland.     Commission  expired  Decern-  9^ 

g  g    ber  9,  1888.  — 

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h  x            William  A,  Mix,  Oakland.     Commission  expired  April  ~  ^ 
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*  ^            J.   W.  Moss,    Oakland.     Commission   expired   April  1.   ^  ^ 
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A.    Kcenig,    Oakland.     Commission    expired   May    27,   £  CD 

1588.  $  g- 

Hiram  A.  Luttrell,  Oakland.    Commission  expires  April  §.  £-- 

19,  1890.  >_  ^ 

A.  B.  Merrill,  Berkeley.     Cam  mission  expires  February    §J"  P 

13,  1890.  ':  ^ 

C,  C-  Marsh,  Brooklyn.     Commission    expired    Febru-   J  ' 

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John  R,  Palmer,  Pleasanton.     Commission  expires  May   g"  c 

3,  1890.  |  3? 

W,  W.  Palmer,  Alameda.     Commission    expires    April    >  X- 

30,  1890.  n> ' 

J.  M.  Poston.     Commission  expire1?  May  3,  1890.  f^ 

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W.  L.  Prather,  Oakland.     Commission  expired  July  18, 


)  c  J.  B.  Richardson,  Oakland.     Commission  expired  April 

®|    5,  1889. 

£?+5>  George  W.  Reed,  Oakland.      Commission  expires  May 

g>  p  :  3,  1890. 

cgi  J  V.  R.  Raymond.     Commission  expired  August  1,  1889. 

gj  _  R.  A.  Redmond.     Commission  expired  August  1,  1S89. 

g|  1  Ed.  C.  Robinson,  Oakland.     Commission  expired  Janu- 

ary 5,  1889. 

\V.  EL  Sanborn,  Sunol.       Commission    expired    March 
25,  1889. 

George    B.    Seaman,     Oakland.     Commission    expired 
December  6,  1889. 

George  M.  Shaw,  Oakland.    Commission  expired  March 
30,  1889. 

Thomas  A.  Smith,  Oakland.     Commission  expired  De- 
cember 8,  1889. 

D.  Stoddart,  Oakland.     Commission  expired  March  24f 
^  1889. 

\V.  R,  Thomas.     Commission    expires    September    28, 
1890. 

Fred  E.  Whitney,  Oakland.     Commission  expires  June 
9,  1890. 

W.  H.  Wright.     Commission  expires  May  5,  1890. 
W.  A.  Yates,  Centerville.     Commission  expires    March 
15,  1890. 


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TOWNSHIP  JUSTICES. 

Alameda  Township — W.  H.  Mahoney,  R  B.  Tappan. 

Brooklyn  Township — E.  G.  Mathews. 
Eden  Township — I.  I).  Austin,  L.  J.  Kenworthy, 
Murray  'Township — R.  W.  Graham,  A.  Yanderhoort. 
Washington  Township — E.  A.  Richmond,  Thos.  Scott. 
Oakland  Township — Emil  Nushaiimer. 

Oakland  City— V.  \V.   Henshaw,  V.  B.  Ogden. 

Berkeley  Township — A.  II.  Morris. 


CONSTABLES. 

Oakland  Township — I     II.   kesler,   II.  0.   Uahcock 


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Giving  Official    Name    and    Numbering-   of  Streets,    Avenues, 
Lanes,  etc.,  in  the  City  of  Oakland. 

The  Numbering  Is  Furnished  for  This   Work  by  Mr.    Gerald 
L.  Abell,  City  Number er. 


A,  East  Oakland,    off   Clark 
E  of  Hi^h. 

Not  Numbered. 
A,  fm     Peralta    nr    Thirty- 
second  W  to  the  Bay  (Watts 
Tract;. 
North.    Street.  South. 

300    Holden 301 

350    H  >rton 351 

400    Hubbard 401 

450     Halleck 451 

500    Beach     501 

550    Gladding 551 

600    Surrh yne 601 

Abel.      (See   East    Twenty- 
fourth.) 
Adams,  E  of  Vernon  fm  Bay 

PI  XE. 
Adams.    (See   East    Four- 
teenth. ) 

Not  Numbered. 
Adeline,  East  Oakland,   E 
of  Twenty-fourth  av  fm  East 
Fourteenth    N    to  Twenty- 
second. 

Not  Numbered. 
East  Fourteenth. 
Monroe. 
Quincey. 
Twentieth. 
Twenty-first. 
Twenty-second. 
Adeline,  bet  Che-tnutand 
Magnolia  fm  First  N  crossing 
San    Pablo    av    at     Thiity- 
eighth  continuing  N  to  Ade- 
line av. 
East.        Street.  West. 

600    First 601 

700    Third   701 

850    Seventh   851 

900    Eighth 901 

1000     Tenth     1001 

1100    Twelfth 1101 

1200    Fourteenth 1201 

1300    Sixteenth 130 1 

1400    Eighteenth 1401 

1450    Nineteenth 1451 

1500    Twenty-first 1501 

1600    Twenty^ecmd 1601 

1700    Twenty-fourth 1701 

1800    Twenty-sixth 1801 

1900    Twenty-eighth 1901 

2000    Thirtieth 2001 

2100    Thirty-second 2  01 

2200    Thirty-fourth. 2201 

Thirty-sixth. 
San  Pablo  av. 
Thirty-eighth. 
Summer. 
Spring. 


Fortieth. 
Forty-first. 
Fortj- -second. 
Forty-third. 
Forty-fourth. 
Forty -fifth. 
Foity -sixth. 
Auburn  av. 
Plumas. 
Sonoma. 
Shasta. 
Sutter. 
Menlo. 
Stanley. 
Mariposa. 
Benton. 
McKee. 
Adeline  av. 
Alameda.    (See  Second  av.) 

Alameda.    (See  Twenty- 
first  av.) 
Albion.  (See Twenty-eighth 

fm  Telegraph  av  to  Grove.) 
Alcatraz  Av,  fm  College 
av  W  to  the  Bay. 

Not  Numbered. 

College  av. 

Moulton . 

Colby. 

Telegraph  av. 

Shattuck  av. 

Grove . 

Adeline  av. 

King. 

Calais. 

Third  av,  North  Oakland 

Baker. 

Idaho. 

Herzog. 

San  Pablo  av. 

Bay. 

Alden.     (See  Twenty-ninth 
fm  San  Pablo  av  E  to  Grove.) 

Alice,  bet  Jackson  and  Har- 
rison fm  S  Water  Front  N  to 
Lake  Merritt. 
East.        Street.  West. 

550    S  Water  Front 551 

600    First  601 

650    Second 651 

700    Third 701 

750    Fourth 751 

S00     Fifth 801 

826    Sixth 825 

850    Seventh 851 

900    Eighth 901 

950     Ninth 951 

1000    Tenth 1001 

1050    Eleventh. 1051 

1100    Twelfth 1101 


1150    Thirteenth 1151 

1200    Fourteenth 1201 

1400    Eighteenth 1401 

Lake  Merritt. 
Alpine,  S    of   Tehama  fm 
Shattuck  av  to  Telegraph  av. 
Not  Numbered. 
Shattuck. 
Dover. 
Amethyst,  bet  Weston  av 
and  Booth  fm   Broadway  E. 
Not  Numbered. 
Andover,    E   of    Elm    fm 
Plymouth      N  to  Edwards. 
Antonio.     (See  Nineteenth 

av.) 
Apgar,    bet     Thirty-eighth 
and  Thirty-ninth  fm   Tele- 
graph av  W. 

Not  Numbered. 
Telegraph  av. 
Grove. 
West. 
Market. 
Arroyo.   (See  Fifteenth  av.) 
At  hoi  Av,  E  of  Lake  Mer- 
ritt, Peralta  Heights. 
Atlantic,  bet  Pacific    and 
William  fm  Ws  of  Peralta  to 
Bay. 
North.     Street.  South. 

1600    Peralta ....1601 

1650    Campbell 1651 

1700    Willow 1701 

1750     Wood 1751 

1800    Pine 1801 

1850    Cedar 1851 

Bay. 
Auburn,  N  of  Walker  av 
fm  Adeline    nr   Forty-sixth 
W  to  Oakland  Trotting  Park. 
Not  Numbered. 
Adeline. 
San  Pablo  av. 
Emery. 
Watts. 

Trotting  Park. 
Ayala  A  v,  W  of  Claremont 
av  f  m  Sutter. 

Not  Numbered. 
Sutter. 
Miranda. 
B,  East  Oakland,  off  Clark  B 
of  A. 

Not  Numbered. 
B.  junction   of    Peralta  and 
Thirty-fourth  W  to  the  Bay. 
North.     Street.  South. 

150    Peralta 151 

200    Haven 201 

250    Hollis »51 


300     Holden 801 

350     Horton 351 

400    Huuoard 401 

450     Hallecfc 451 

500     Beach 501 

550    Madding 551 

600    Surrybne     6  1 

Baker  Teme8cal,W  of  Third 
av  Im  Al  atraz  av  S. 
Not  Numbered. 
Fe't  .n. 
Todd. 
McKee. 

GuMen  Gate  av. 
Bassett.   fra   San    Leandro 
Road  B  Of  Fruit  Vale  av  S. 
•    Numbered. 
San  Leandro  Road. 
Washington. 
Putnam. 
Warren. 
Bay   Place,  N  of  Twenty- 
iiuh  hn   relegraph  av  W  t 
city  line. 
North.         Street.  South. 

600     Telegraph  av 501 

450       B  ua  Iway 451 

Ba.t  ar  fm  Atlantic 

N  to  Verba  Buena  av. 
East.        Street  We<». 

750     Atlantic 751 

800    William 801 

850    Seventh 

875    Goss 876 

Short 

900    Division  901 

Tavlor   

1000    Seward 1001 

1050    Lincoln 

Twelfth 

.rtecnth    ISO] 

1300    Sixteenth   1301 

j    teenth 14  1 

1500    Twentieth 1501 

1600  -econd 1601 

Twenty  fourth 

Twenty-sixth 

8000     B 2001 

Verba  Buena  av. 
Bay.   I  of  bake  Merritt   fm 
Brooklyn   NK. 
klyn. 
Peralta. 

Bench,  bet  Hallerk  and  Gla<l- 

»  ■  i^'hth   bet 
'    and    W 

av. 

|  Wcgt. 

g    T  th 1 

A 

200    i; 

>.  erba  Kuena  av. 
Berk  with  'vand 

Diamond  ' 

B  r  a, 
BrllrMir    E  I  Fruit  Vale  av 
Road  E  to 
rait*  av. 

red. 
Brut  on    l   .  -t  Oakland.  (8ee 

M   ) 
Iltiilon  irip.ma  fm 

Shu  \deline. 

inhered. 
Shattuck  a\ . 
Met 'all. 
•r. 


Grove 
Genoa. 
Ade.ine. 
Bruluh  Park,  E  8  of  Thir- 
tn  a\  and  junction  with 
Count \     Road     N     of     Fast 
ieth. 
Birch    >     I  Temescal  fm    N 
Broadway  E  toTeL-^raph  av. 

•  .Numbered. 
Broadway. 
Diamond. 

Beck  r. 
Liberty, 
•nd. 
ry. 
Maple, 
Blair    *.v.  fm  Piedmont  av 
NE  to  Venal  i\ . 

•  Numl.ered. 
Pie<iniont  av. 
Valle  ito  av. 
Monte  ito  av. 
Hillside  av. 

Booth.  !fof  Mo-savfm  Web- 
ster .i    W  to  New  Broadway. 
Not  Numbered. 
Butler     Av,    bet     Golden 
Gate  av  and   Klinkner  av  fm 
San  Pablo  av  E  3  bl  *cks. 
N   t    Numbered. 
San  Pablo  av. 
Herzog. 
Idaho. 
Butler.  N  of  Vernon   cross- 
ing Br  -ad way. 

N       N  unbered. 
Brando  i  Leandro 

Road  E  of  Bassett  S. 

•  Numbered. 
Leandro  Road. 

•  n. 
Putnam. 
ren. 
Church. 
Lane. 
Bray  A  v.  Bof  Fruit  Vale  av 
fm  San    Leandro  Road  N  to 
old  County  Road. 

Numbered. 
Bridjre.     (See   Eir>t   av.) 
Broadway  thing* 

too     and     Franklin 
Water  Front  N  to  citv  limits. 
W,-:. 

ront   

600     First 

650     Second 

700     Third 7<d 

760    Fourth 

800     Fifth 

•  i     - 

•  nth 

th.     901 

950     Ninth     9"<1 

th    

•nth 

1100    Twelfth    1101 

1150    Thirteenth  1151 

1200 

I  Ifteenth  1251 

enth 

1401 

.    entj  first 

■    Mt\     fifth    . 

1800     i  Twc,,,N  »>xth...  )  iao. 
l9W      (  Bay  Place >1801 


r 

1900H,unction  W,eb3terll901 
(  Mernmac  Place,      f 

1950    Prospect.  1951 

2000    Orchard.  2001 

2100     Hawthorne.  2101 

J  mction  Webster  av. 
Xcw  Broadway, continu- 
ation    of     Bruauway    above 
city  line. 

Not   Numbered. 
K  av. 
Weston  av. 
Amethvst. 
B  oth. 
Frederick. 
Mather. 
M   Adam. 
But.er. 
Clifton. 

Fourth,  TemescaL 
Huds 

..  Temescal. 

ad,  Temescal. 
First,  Temescal. 
Norm. 
F!  >ria. 

:  on. 
nJeatrai  av. 
Broaluay.  East  Oakland. 

nth  av.) 
Broekhurst,  N  of  Thirty- 
id  fin  Grove  W  to  San 
Pabi 
North.        Street.            Smth. 
650       Grove 651 

et »01 

Brook,  E  of  New  Broa 
8    :  junction   of  Webster  av 
Hawthorne  continuing 
,.ird. 
Brooklyn,  fm  Lake  Merritt 
N  fourth  £ 

to  Fourth  av. 
<e. 

I  tol. 

•ie. 
II    Aard. 

J  Junction     Clinton  ) 
(      and  Fourth  a\  - 
Brow  ii.   or  Thirty- 
fourth,  bt  t  T   nty  st 
and  Walton  hn  Telegraph  av 
w     » Sai    Pablo  av. 
th.        Street.             South. 
500      Tele&rraph  av 501 

Market 901 

Kriixh.  t"  |  West  and  I 
fm  i         S  1     3ao   Pablo  av 
and  Tweol  y  eecond. 

601 

650     Second 651 

Third 701 

irth 

i  

i     

nth 851 

1        :h 901 

Ninth 

1000     Tenth  1.*>1 

Eleventh 1061 

lloo     Twelfth 1101 

Thirteenth 1151 

1200    Fourteenth 1101 

teenth         lttl 

1300     Sixteenth    .    1801 


STREET     DIRECTORY 


63 


1350    Seventeenth 1351 

1400    Eighteenth 1401 

1450    Nineteenth. 1451 

1500    Twentieth 1501 

1 526    Twenty -first 1525 

1550    Lydia ...    .1551 

1600    Twenty-second     ...1601 

San  Pablo  av. 
C,  East  Oakland,  off  Clarke  E 

of  B.     Not  Numbered. 
Calais,  junction  of  Forty- 
fifth  and  Market  N. 
Not  Numbered. 
Forty-sixth. 
Forty-seventh. 
Tehama. 
Plumas. 
Sonoma. 
Shasta. 
Sutter. 
Menlo. 
Adeline. 
McKee. 
Todd. 
Felton 
Alcatraz  av. 
Caledonia  Av,  bet  Albion 
and  Thirtieth  fm  Telegraph 
av  W  to  Grove. 

500    Telegraph 501 

Campbell.     (See    Thir- 
tieth fm  Telegraph  av  W  to 
San  Pablo  av.) 
Campbell,   W    of    Peralta 
fm  Third  N  to  Twenty-eighth 
East.        Street.  West. 

700    Thid  and  Peralta.     701 

Pacific 

750    Atlantic  751 

800    William 801 

850    Seventh  851 

900    Eighth  and  Chase..  901 

Tavlor 

1000     Seward 1001 

1050     Lincoln 1051 

1100    Twelfth 1101 

1150    Thirteenth 1151 

1200    Fourteenth 1201 

1250    Fifteenth 1251 

1300    Sixteenth 1301 

1400     Eighteenth 1401 

1500    Twentieth 1501 

1600    Twentv-second 1601 

1700    Twenty-fourth 1701 

1800    Twenty-sixth 1801 

1900    Twenty-eighth 1901 

Canning:,  E    of   Telegraph 
av  f m  Maple  N  to  Joy. 
Not  Numbered. 
Capitol,  E  of  Lake  Merritt 
fm  Brooklyn  to  Prospect. 
Not  Numbered. 
Brooklyn. 
Peralta. 
Castro,  bet  Grove  and  Brush 
fm  First  N  to  Twentieth  nr 
San  Pablo  a  v. 
East.        Street.  West. 

600    First 601 

650    Second 651 

700    Third 701 

750    Fourth 751 

800    Fifth ..  801 

826    Sixth 825 

850    Seventh 851 

90)    Eighth 901 

950     Ninth 951 

1000    Tenth 1001 

1050     Eleventh 1051 

1100    Twelfth 1101 

1150    Thirteenth 1151 

1200    Fourteenth 1201 


1250    Fifteenth 1251 

1300    Sixteenth 13ol 

1350    Se\  enteenth 135 1 

1400    Eighteenth 1401 

1450    Nineteenth 1451 

1500    Twentieth 1501 

Cedar,  bet  Pine  and  Bay  fm 

Atlantic  N  to  B. 
East.        Street.  West. 

750    Atlantic 751 

800     William 801 

750    Seventh 851 

876    Goss 875 

Snort 

900     Division 901 

926    Chase 925 

950    TaUor 951 

1000     Seward 100 1 

1050     Lincoln    1051 

1100    Twelfth    1101 

1200    Fourteenth 1201 

1300    Sixteenth   1301 

1400     Eighteenth 1401 

1500    Twentietn   ..." 1501 

1600     Twentv-second 1601 

170C    TwentV-fourth  .  .    .  .1701 

1800    Twentv-sixth 1801 

2000    B 2001 

Center,    bet    Cypress    and 
Chester  fm  First  N  to  Per- 
alta and  Seventeenth. 
East.        Street.  West. 

600    First 601 

700    Third 701 

800     Fifth 801 

850     Seventh 851 

900    Eighth     901 

950    Ninth 951 

1000    Tenth 100 

1050     E  eventh 105 

1300    Twelfth     110 

1350    Thirteenth 115 

1200    Fourteenth 120 

1250    Fifteenth 125 

1300    Sixteenth 130 

1350    Seventeenth 135 

Peralta. 

Central  Av,  East  Oakland, 

fm  East   Twenty-seventh   E 

of  Highland  av  running  N. 

Not  Numbered. 

Chambers,  N    of  Cottage 

fm  Vernon  to  Lake  av. 
Charles    Av.     (See   East 

Twenty-eighth.) 
Charter,  East  Oakland.  (See 

East  Twenty-fifth. 
Charter,    continuation    of 
Twenty-second  fm  San  Pablo 
av  to  Telegraph  av. 
Numbered  from 
500    Telegraph  av. 
Chase,  East  Oakland.     (See 

Third  av.) 
Chase,    fm    Campbell     and 

Eighth  E  to  Bay. 
North.     !>tre?4.  South. 

»{«?"     } «»• 

1700     Willow 1701 

1750     Wood 1751 

1800     Pine 1801 

1850    Cedar 1851 

1900     Bay 1901 

Cherry,  fm  Telegraph  av  at 
junction  of  Racine  E. 
Not  Numbered. 
Cherry,  off  Temescal  E  of 
Maple.    Not  Numbered. 
Temescal. 
Birch. 
Chester,  W  of  Center  fm 


First  N  to  Twelfth. 
East.        Street.  West. 

600    First 601 

700     Third 701 

800    Fifth 801 

850     Seventh 851 

900     Eighth 901 

950    Ninth 951 

1000     Tenth 1001 

1100     Twelfth 1101 

Chestnut,  bet  Filbert  and 
Adeline  fm   First  N  to  San 
Pablo  av  and  Thirty-sixth. 
East.        Street.  West. 

600    First 601 

700    Third 701 

800    Fifth 801 

850    Seventh 851 

900    Eighth 901 

1000    Tenth 1001 

1100    Twelfth 1101 

1200    Fourteenth 1201 

1300    Sixteenth 1301 

1400     Eighteenth 1401 

1500    Twentieth 1501 

1600    Twentv-second 1601 

1700    Twentv-fourth 1701 

1800    Twenty  sixth 1801 

1850    Twenty-eighth 1S51 

20u0    Thirtieth.. 2o0l 

2100    Thirty-second 2101 

2200    Thirtv-fourth 2251 

Thirty-sixth 

Church,  fm  junction   High 
and    Railroad  av  W  to  Fruit 
Vale  av.      Not  Numbered. 
Claremont   Av,  fm  Tel 
egraph    av    N      of     Forty- 
seventh  running  N. 
Not  Numbered. 
Vicente. 
Sutter. 
Miranda. 
Martin. 
Colby. 
Moulton. 
College  av. 
Clark**,  East  Oakland,  E  of 
High  S  of  Railroad  av. 
Not  Numbered. 
A. 
B. 
C. 
D. 
Clay,  W  of   Washington  fm 
First   to  San   Pablo  av  and 
Seventeenth. 
East.        Street.  West. 

600     First 601 

650    Second 651 

700    Third 701 

750  Fourth 751 

800  Fifth 801 

826  Sixth  825 

850  Seventh 851 

900  Eighth 901 

950  Ninth 951 

1000    Tenth 1001 

1050    Eleventh. 1051 

1100     Twelfth     1101 

1150    Thirteenth 1151 

1200    Fourteenth 1201 

1250     Fifteenth 1251 

1300    Sixteenth    1301 

1350    Seventeenth 1351 

San  Pablo  av. 
Clay,    East   Oakland.     (See 

Ninth  av.) 
Cleveland  Av,  continua- 
tion of  Forty-fourth  fm  Tele- 
graph av  E.    Not  Numbered. 
Clifton,  E  s  of   Claremont 


1 

61                                                STREET     DIRECTORY. 

av  N  of  Summer  E  to  College 

1600    Twenty-second 1601 

East,  East    Oakland,    E    of 

av.      Not  Numbered. 

Cypress,  net  Kirkham  and 

Central  av. 

Claremont  av. 

Center  fm  First  N  to  Peralta 

F.a-t  Eighteenth,  N   of 

First,  Temescal. 

and  Twenty-second. 

East  Seventeenth  fin  Fourth 

Second,      '* 

East.         Street.                 West. 

av  E  to  Fourteenth  av. 

Third,        M 

South.     Street.                North. 

Fourth,      M 
College  av . 
Clinton,    bet     Grant     and 
Countv  Road  E  8  of  Moraga 
Valley*  Road. 

Not  Numbered. 
Summit. 

700    Third 701 

•200    Fourth  av 2ol 

800     Fifth 801 

nth    851 

•250     Fifth  av 251 

300     Sixth  av 301 

900     Eighth   901 

350    Seventh  av 351 

1060     Eleventh 1051 

400     Eighth  av 401 

Union. 

Clinton,  East  Oakland,  fm 

1200     Fourteenth 1201 

600    Twelfth  av 601 

Fourth    av    N    of    junction 

1250     Fifteenth 1251 

with  Brooklyn  N.to  city  line. 

1800     Sixteenth      "301 

Not  Numbered. 

1350    Seventeenth 1351 

Brooklyn. 

1400     Eighteenth 1401 

800     Sixteenth  av S01 

Peralta. 

Prospect. 

1MX)    Twentieth 1501 

East     Eighth,    continua- 

Lincoln. 

1600    Twentv-second   1601 

tion    of    E  ghth   E  of    Lake 

Excels*  or. 

Peralta. 

Iferritt  to  Sixth  av. 

Hound. 

D,  East  Oakland,  off  Clarke  E 

Booth.     Street.                 North. 

Colby,   bet   Telegraph    and 

of  C.     Not  numbered. 

200     Fourth  av 201 

College  avs  fin  Alcatraz  av  S 

Dale  Av,  E  of  New  Broad- 

250   Fifth  av   251 

to  CI  a  rem  on  t  a  v. 

way  crossing  MeAdam, 

East  Eleventh,   continu- 

Not Numbered. 

Not  Numbered. 

ation  of  Eleventh  E  of  Lake 

Alcatraz  av. 

Dale,  E  s  of  Plea-ant  Valley 

Merritt  to  Tnirteenth  av. 

Sharon. 

av  bet  <  ottnjre  and  Piedmont 

South.     Street.                North. 

Thompson. 
College    Av,  continuation 

a\s.     Not  Numbered. 

Delger.     (See  Twentieth.) 

Of  New  Broadway  N  to  Uni- 
versity. 

Pemiison,    East   Oakland, 
tin   Park   av  W  t  >  San  Anto- 

nio Creek  S  of  Livingston. 
North.        Street.            South. 

250     Fifth  av 25 1 

Junction  Broadway. 

Clifton. 

350    Seventh  av 351 

Hudson  and  Fourth. 

1100     Kennedy 1101 

Forest  and  Third. 
Second. 

Valdes 1051 

looo    King 1U01 

4  0     Ninth  ;i\ 4.">1 

Tenth  av    

First. 

9-10    Shell  Mound 961 

Claremont  av. 

Diamond.  W  of  New  Broad- 

...   .601 

Sharon. 

way  mi    Moss   av  N  and   fm 

Bast   Vltt ee.nth,  continu- 

Alcatraz av. 

Temescal  N. 

ation  of  Kilt;  euth  B  of  Lake 

Col  us  u    Av,   S    of  Joy    fm 

Not  Numbered. 

Merritt  to  Twenty-fourth  av. 

Ravin  is  E  crossing  Telegraph 

-  av. 

South      Si                          North. 

av.    Not  Numbered. 

ConiiiK'i'cc.     B      of    Thir- 

Weston  av. 

Temescal. 

First  av   51 

100     S  e  .ndav 101 

th   a\  fm    E  i^t  Twelfth 

S                                  .id. 

Birch. 
Vernon. 

Fourth  av 8M 

En 

110! 

Division,  continuation   of 

■   i  mi  Wood  to  B  H  • 

:iv 

h  av 801 

Street.             South. 

Wood 

1801 

■ 

.1401 

I860    Cedar 1851 

Tenth  av            601 

1600     1 

Dover,  fm  junction  of  <  ■ 

and    Fort v  f Irrd    N  t  >  Km 

...  801 

660     1                 h  av   ..    ..  651 

] 

ton      N    '     Numbered. 

Fourteenth  av 701 

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•  y- third. 

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Fortj  fifth. 

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Kami    Fourteenth, 

t(  r. 

i    K 

nlo. 

' 

th. 

Cnrtla 

S      10 

' 

Dan     ■                       \  iii<\ 

1 

' 

:  ad. 
Unl(  n. 

Put- 

l»  ii  in  nt      (0et  Eighteenth.) 

400     Eighth  u\          iOl 

1660      i 

iai              ...  4  .i 

STREET     DIRECORY. 


65 


600    Tenth  av. 501 

550    Eleventh  av 551 

600    Twelfth  av 601 

650    Thirteenth  av 651 

700    Fourteenthav 7ul 

750     Fifteenth  av 751 

800    Sixteenth  av  801 

850    Seventeenth  av 851 

900     Eighteen  th  av 901 

950    Nineteenth  av 951 

1000    Twentieth  av 1001 

1050    Twenty-first  av.    ...  1051 
1100    Twenty  sec  >nd  av.  .1101 

1150    Twenty-third  av 1151 

1200    Twtiitv-fouith  av..l201 
1250    Twenty-fifth  av.   ...  1*51 
Adeline. 
Howard. 
East  Front,  E  of  Fallon  N 

fm  Seventh  to  Fourteenth. 
East.        Street.  West. 

850    Seventh . .     .     851 

900    Eighth 901 

950    Ninth 951 

1000    Tenth   1000 

1050     Eleventh  1051 

1100    Twelfth 1101 

1150    Thirteenth 1151 

1200    Fourteenth 1201 

Mast   Nineteenth,  N  of 
East  Eighteenth  fm  Fourth 
av  E  to  city  line. 
South.    Street.  North. 

200     Fourth  av 201 

250     Fifth  av 251 

300    Sixth  av 301 

350    Seven  th  av 351 

400    Eighth  av 401 

450    Ninth  av 451 

500    Tenth  av 501 

550     Eleventh  av 551 

600    Twelfth  av 601 

650    Thirteenth  av  651 

700    Fourteenth  av. . 701 

800    Sixteenth  av 801 

850    Seventeenth  av.   .     R51 

900    Eighteen  th  av 901 

950    Nineteenth  av 951 

1000    Twentieth  av 1001 

1050    Twenty -first  av 1051 

1100    Twenty -second  av..  1101 

1150    Twentv-third  av 1151 

1200    Twenty-fourth  av..l201 

Eamt    Ninth,  continuation 

of  Ninth  E  of  Lake  Mesritt 

to  Ninth  av. 

South.     Street.  North. 

150    Third  av 151 

200     Fourth  av 2  1 

250  Fifth  av 251 

300  Sixth  av 301 

350  Seventh  av 351 

400  Eighth  av 401 

East  Seventeenth,  N  of 

East  Sixteenth  fni  Fourth  av 
E  to  Twenty-fourth  av. 
South.    Street.  North. 

200     Fourth  av 201 

260    Fifth  av 251 

300    Sixth  av 3  >1 

350    Seventh  av 851 

400    Eighth  av 401 

450     Ninth  av     451 

500    Tenth  av 501 

550     Eleventh  av 551 

600    Twelfth  av     601 

650    Thirteenth  av 651 

700    Fourteenthav 701 

750    Fifteenth  av 751 

800    Sixteenth  av 801 

850    Seventeenth  av..    ..   851 
900    Eighteenth  av 901 


inoo    Twentieth  av 1001 

1050    Twenty-first  av 1051 

1100  Twenty -second  av.1101 

1150    Twenty-third  av 1151 

Ea*t  Sixteenth,  contin- 
uation of  Sixteenth  E  of 
Like  Merritt  to  city  line. 

South.     Street.  North. 

50    First  av   51 

100    Scondav 101 

150    Third  av   151 

200     Fourth  av 201 

250     Fifth  av 251 

300    Sixth  av 301 

350    Seventh  av 351 

4:)0    Eighth  av 401 

450     Ninth  av 451 

500    Tenth  av 501 

550     Eleventh  av 551 

600    Twelfth  av 601 

650    Thirteenth  av  651 

700    Fourteenth  av 701 

750    Fifteenth  av  751 

800    Sixteenth  av 801 

850  Seventeenth  av. .   . .  851 

9)0    Eighteenth  av 901 

95)    Nineteenth  av 951 

1000    Twentieth  av 1001 

1050  Twenty-first  av.   ..1051 

1100  Twenty-second  av.  .1101 

1150  Twentv-third  av   ...1151 

1200  Twenty-fourth  av..l201 

East  Tenth,  continuation 
of  Tenth  E  of  Lake  Merritt 
to  Eleventh  av. 

S->uth.     Street.  North. 

150    Third  av....      151 

2'0    F  urthav..   201 

250    Filth  av 251 

300    Sixth  av 301 

350     Seventh  av . .   351 

400    Eighth  av 4oi 

450     Ninth  av 451 

500    Tenth  av 501 

East  Thirtieth,  N  of  East 

Twenty-ninth     fm     Count} 
Road  to  city  line. 
South.     Street.  North. 

1050     East  Twenty -first. . .  1051 
Knox  a  v. 
Highland  a  v. 

East   Twelfth,  continua- 
tion  of  Twelfth    E  of    Lake 
Merritr  to  city  line. 
South.     Street.  North. 

50     First  av 51 

100    Second  av 101 

150    Thud  av 151 

200     Fourth  av 201 

250     Fifth  av 25] 

300    Sixth  av .01 

350    Seventh  av 861 

400     Eighth  av 401 

450     Ninth  av 451 

500     Tenth  av   5"1 

550     Eleventh  av   . . .    .       661 

600    Twelfth  av   6>1 

650    Thirteenth  av 65] 

700    Fourteenthav 701 

750     Fifteenth  av 751 

800    Sixteenth  av 801 

8  0    Seventeenth  av   ...   851 

9.10     Eighteenth  av 001 

950     Nineteenth  av.     .    .  951 

1000    Twentieth  av 1001 

1050     Twenty-first  av 1051 

noo  Twenty-second  av..lioi 
1150  Twenty-third  av....H5l 
100'  Twenty-fourth  av..l20l 
1250    Twenty-fifth   av....l251 

East    Twentieth,    N  of 


East  Nineteenth  fm  Fourth 
av  E  to  city  line. 

South.     Street.  North. 

200     Fourth  av 201 

250    Fifth  av 251 

300    Sixth  av 301 

350    Seventh  av 351 

400     Eighth  av 401 

450     Ninth  av 451 

500    Tenth  av 501 

550     Eleventh  av 551 

60U    Twelfth  av 601 

650    Thirteenth  av 651 

700  Fourteenth  av...    .  701 

800    Sixteenth  av  801 

850    Seventeenth  av 851 

900    Eighteenth  av 901 

950     Nineteenth  av 951 

1000    Twentieth  av 1001 

1050  Twenty -first  av   ..1051 

11(0  Twenty-second  av..  1101 

1150  Twenty-third  av....  1151 

1200  Twenty-fourth  av. . .  1201 

East    Twenty-eighth, 

N   of    East  Twenty-seventh 
fm  Nineteenth  av  E  to  city 
line. 
South.    Street.  North. 

950    Nineteenth  av 951 

1050    Twenty-first  av 1051 

Knox  av. 
Highland  av. 

East   Twenty-fifth,    N 

of    East    Twenty-fourth    fm 

Thirteenth  av  E  to  city  line. 

South.     Street.  North. 

650    Thiiteenth  av 651 

700     Fourteenthav 701 

Glen  av 

900    Nineteenth  av 901 

1050    Twenty-first  av.   ...1051 

EastTwenty-first,  N  of 
East  Ninete  nth  fm  Fourth 
av  E  to  city  line. 
South.     Street.  North. 

•200     Fourth  av 201 

250     Fifth  av 251 

350     Seventh  av 351 

400     Eighth  av 401 

450    Ninth  av   451 

550     Eleventh  av 551 

650    Thirteenth  av 651 

700     Fourteenthav.    ..    .701 

800    Sixteenth  av   801 

850     Seventeenth  av 851 

900     Eighteenth  av 901 

950    Nineteenth  av 951 

1000    Twentieth  av 1001 

1050    Twenty-first  av 1051 

1100    Twent\ -second  av.. 1101 

1150    Tw  nty-third 1151 

1200    Twenty-fourth  av..l201 

East    Twenty-fourth, 

N  of  East  Twenty-third  fm 
Fourth  av  E  to  city  line. 
South .     Street.  North. 

200     Fourth  av 201 

350    Seventh  av 3U 

400     Eighth  av 401 

450     Ninth  av 4  1 

550    Eleventh  av 551 

650    Thiiteenth  av 651 

700    Fourteenthav 701 

Glen  av. 

80    Seventeenth  av 851 

950     Nineteenth  av 951 

1050    Twenty-first  av...     1051 

East  Twenty-ninth,  N 

of    East  Twenty-eighth     fm 
County  Road  E  to  city  line. 


66 


STREET     DIRECTORY. 


South.    Street  North. 

950    Nineteenth  av 951 

1050    Twenty-first  av 1051 

Knox  av. 
Highland  av. 
East    Twenty-second, 
N  of    East  Twenty-fust    fan 
Fourth  .i\   B  t>>  eit\  line. 
South.     Street.  North. 

200     Fourth  av 201 

250     Fifth  av 251 

350     Seventh  av 351 

400     Eighth  av 

450    Ninth  av 

500    Tenth  av 501 

650     Eleventh  av     551 

650    Thirteenth  av 

700     Fourteenth  av 701 

800    Sixteenth  av 801 

850    Seventeenth  av 851 

950    Nineteenth  av. . .     .  951 

1050    Twenty-first  av 1051 

Twenty-third  av  . .   1151 

Bast  Twenty  seventh, 

N  oJ  Bast  Twenty-sixth  fin 

County  Road  to  Fruit  Vale  a  v. 

South.     Street.  North. 

Count v  Bond. 

700    Fourteenth  av 701 

Glen  av 

950     Nineteenth  av 951 

1050    Twenty-firstav  ...  1051 
\  av. 
H  Jiland  av. 
Central  a v. 
Shuey  Lane. 
Fruit  Vale  av. 
Ea**t  Twenty-sixth,  N 
of     Bast    Twenty-fifth     fm 
Count v  Road   E  to  city  line. 
South  North. 

Coontv  Road   

Glen  av 

ithav 951 

Twenty-first  av. 
Bast  Twenty-third,  N 
of    East   Twenty-second   fm 
Fourth  :u  E  to  citj  line. 
treat.               \ 
rtfa  av 

•  nth  av 

411! 

Ninth  a«  

550 

' 

700 

i 
Echo  \ 

to  I 
Ed  ward     .%  \ 

th.) 

Ed  ward 

Krai  line. 

An'; 

h  av. 
i       ft  teen  th      \  v.    I 

I 

■  h 


1 1 


1550    East  Twenty-first...  1551 
Eighteenth,  N  of  Seven- 
teenth fm  Lake  Merritt  W  to 
the  Ray. 
North      Street.  South. 

200     Jackson 201 

250    Alice 251 

300     Harrison 3oi 

350     Webster 351 

400    Franklin   401 

Broadway 4.M 

500    Telegra  h  av :">  l 

550     San  Pablo  av 551 

650     Gro\e   651 

700    Castro 701 

750     Brush 761 

800     West 801 

850     Curtis 851 

900    M.rket 901 

950    Myrtle  

1000     Filbert 

1050    Linden 1051 

1100    Chestnut 

1160     Adeline   1151 

1200    Magnolia ....1201 

1250     Union 1251 

13P0     Poplar 

1350     Kirkham 1351 

1400     Cypress 1401 

1600    Peralta  leoi 

1650    Campbell    

1700     Willow 1701 

1750     Wood   1751 

1800     Pine 1801 

1850    Cedar 

1900     Bav  1901 

Eighth  Av,  E  of  Seventh 

a\  tin  East  Ninth  N  to   I 

Twenty-fourth. 
■  set 

950     East  Ninth 0   1 

1000     East  Tenth 

1060    Bast  Eleventh 1061 

I      31  Twelfth.  .    .    .    1101 

Fourteenth 

•  :  i 1251 

!      •  Sixteenth 
I860                  -  ntesnth. 
Moo    East  Eighteenth 1401 

ntieth.    .. 
1    -•  Twenty-first 

Eighth,  N  of   Seventh   fm 

Merritt  vV  to  J 
North.     St-. 

ii    



II 
201 



Poplar 


1350    Kirkham 1351 

1400     C\  press .    1401 

1450    Center . .  1451 

1500    Chester 1501 

1^50     Hem  v 1561 

1600     Peralta    1601 

l«50    Campbell inf>l 

1700     Willow 1701 

1750     Wo  d 1751 

1800     Pine  1801 

Eleventh  A  v.  F.  of  Tenth 
av  fm  hast  Tenth  NE  lo 
Peralta, 

l  eet.  West. 

Fast  Tenth    1001 

lo.">o    Eat  Ele  entfa P  51 

1100    East  Twelfth uoi 

1200     East  Fourteenth 1201 

Bast  Fi'ti  enth  . . .     1261 

1800     East  Sixteenth     .  .  .  .13  '1 

I         Seventeenth  .  1S.">1 

1400    Kast  Eighteenth 1401 

Nineteenth..  .    1451 
•  Twentieth 1501 

1650  East  Twenty-first....  1651 
1600  EastTwei  t\  -seconn  idol 
1650  East  Twentj  -third. .  IK61 
1700    East  Twenty-fourth.1701 

P  ralta. 
Eleventh,  N  of  Tenth   fm 
Lake   Merritt  VV   to   .Market 
and  fan  Kirkham  W  to  Cen- 
ter. 
North.     Street.  South. 

50     Fallon 51 

100    Oak 101 

150    Madison  161 

201 

Alice 251 

..81 

el"    

Franklin 401 

Iway .   461 

ton       ...     601 

661 

Ji  fferson ti  ii 

651 

700  Castro 7nl 

Rrush  "  i 



.  .  . 

I  101 

I' I  m  h  av  fm 

i    N     to    E  I  wards. 
Numbered. 

Elli:  <nt\   fourth.) 

I  I  1 

\  to 

Tenu  si   .1  Cn  .  k. 

i  be  red. 

w 

i:. 
u  ) 

l-'.\o.\     \  I  11.1 

Iftior  onl, 

' 
t.i  W  ,  ill. 

i 

■ 


STREET    IRECTRY. 


67 


Fallon,  bet  Oak  and  East 

rront,  fm  S  Water  Front  N 

to  Lake  Merritt  at  Fifteenth. 

East.        Street.  West. 

550    S.  Water  Front 551 

600    First 601 

650  Second 651 

700  Third 701 

750  Fourth 751 

800  Fifth 801 

826  Sixth 825 

850  Seventh 851 

900  Eighth 901 

950  Ninth 951 

1000    Tenth 1001 

1050    Eleventh 1051 

1100    Twelfth 1101 

1150    Thirteenth 1151 

1200    Fourteenth 1201 

1250     Fifteenth    1251 

Like  Merritt. 
Felton,  S  of  Aleatrazav  beg 
E  s  Grove  W  to  San  Pablo  av. 
Not  Numbered. 
Grove. 
Genoa. 
Calais. 

Third  av,  Temescal. 
Baker. 
Idaho. 
Herz^g. 
San  Pablo  av. 

Fifteenth  Av,  E  of  Com- 
merce  av   fm   East  Twelfth 
NE  to  Commerce  and  Seven- 
teenth. 
East.        Street.  West. 

1100     East  Twelfth 1101 

1150    East  Thirteenth.. ..1151 
1200    East  Fourteenth  ..  .1201 

1250     East  Fifteenth 1251 

1300     East  Sixteenth 1301 

1350     East  Seventeenth  .  .1351 

Junction  Commerce. 

Fifteenth,  N  of  Fourteenth 

fm   Franklin   W    to  Market 

and  fm  Kirkham  W  to  Cedar. 

North.    Street.  South. 

■    400     Franklin 401 

450    Broadway 451 

600    Telegraph  av 501 

5L6    San  Pablo  av 525 

650    Clay 551 

600    Jefferson 

650    Grove 651 

700    Castro 701 

750     Brash 7M 

•    800    West    801 

900    Market   901 

1350    Kirkham 1351 

1450     Center 1451 

1600    Peralta    1611 

1650    Campbell 1651 

1700    Wiliow 1701 

1750     Wood 1751 

1800    Pine.    L801 

1850    Cedar 1S51 

Fifth  Av,  E  of  Fourth  av 
fm  East  Eighth  NE  to  East 
Twentv-third. 
East.       "Street.  West. 

900    East  Eighth 901 

950     Ea-t  Ninth 951 

1000     Fast  Tenth 1001 

1050    East  Eleventh 1051 

1100    East  Twelfth 1101 

1200    East  Fourteenth .. .  .1201 

1250    East  Fifteenth 1261 

1300  East  Sixteenth.  ...1301 
1350  East  Seventeenth  ..1351 
1400    East  Eighteenth. . . .  1401 


1450    East  Nineteenth 1451 

1500  East  Twentieth.  .1501 
1550  East  Twentv-fir8t. . .  1551 
Fifth,  bet  Fourth  and  Sixth 
fm  Lake  Merritt  W  to  Per- 
alta. 
North.     Street.  South 

50    Fallon 51 

100    Oak   101 

150    Madison 151 

200    Jackson » 201 

250    Alice 2ol 

300    Harrison   301 

350    Webster 351 

400    Franklin 401 

450    Broadway 451 

500    Washington 5  1 

550    Clay 551 

600    Jefferson 601 

650    Grove 651 

700    Castro 701 

750    Brush 751 

900    Mai  ket 901 

950    Mvrtle 951 

1000    Filbert 1001 

1050    Linden ...1051 

1100     Chestnut 1101 

1150    Adeline 1161 

1200    Magnolia 1201 

1250    Union 1251 

1300    Poplar 1301 

350    Kirkham 1351 

1400    Cypress 1401 

1450    Center     145  L 

1500    Chester 1501 

1550    Henry 1551 

1576    Lewis 1575 

1610    Peralta ...1601 

Filbert,  bet  Myrtle  and  Lin- 
den fm  First  N  to  San  Pablo 
av  and  Thirty-second. 


Street.  West. 

Fi^e 601 

Third 701 

Filth 801 

Seventh 851 

Eighth 901 

Tenth 1001 

Twelfth   1101 

Fourteenth 1201 

Sixteenth 1301 

Eighteenth 1401 

Twentieth 1501 

Twentj  -second 1601 

Twenty-fourth  .        1701 

Twenty-sixth 1801 

Twe  ntv-eighth 1901 

Thiity:second    2101 

First  Av.  E  of  Lake  Merritt 
fm  East  Eleventh  N  to  East 
Sixteenth. 

E;u.t.        Street.  West. 

1050    East  Eleventh  1061 

1100     East  Twelfth     1101 

East  Fourteenth. .  ..12»>1 
East  Fifteenth  .    ...1251 

First,  Temescal,  E  of  Clare- 
mont  running  NE. 
Not  Numbered. 
Summer. 
Clifton. 
Hudson. 
Forrest. 
College  av. 

First.  S  of  Second  fm  Lake 
Merritt  W  to  Peralta. 

North.     Street.  South. 

50    Fallon 51 

Oak 101 

Madison .. 15 1 

Jackson 201 

Alice 251 


East. 

600 

700 

800 

850 

900 

1000 

1100 

1200 

1300 

1400 

1500 

1600 

1700 

1800 

1900 

2100 


1200 
1250 


100 
150 
200 
250 


300    Harrison 301 

350    Webster 351 

400     Franklin 401 

450    Br<  >ad  way 4  1 

500    Washington   501 

550    Clay 661 

600    Jefferson fr'l 

650    Grove 651 

700  Castro 701 

750  Brush 751 

900    Market 901 

950    M\rtle 951 

1000    Filbert 1001 

1050     Linden 1051 

1100    Chestnut  1101 

1150    Adeline 1151 

1200    Magnolia 1201 

1250     Union 1251 

1300     Po(lar   1301 

1350    Kirkham 1351 

1400    C  vpress 1401 

1450    Center  1451 

1500    Chester 1501 

1550    Henry    1551 

1576    Le-*is 1575 

1600    Peralta 1601 

C.  P.  R  R.  Yards. 
Florio,  E  s  of  College  av  N 

of  First. 
Forrest,  E  s  Claremontav 
N  of  Hudson  E  to  College  av. 
Not   Numbered. 
Claremont  av. 
First. 
Second. 
College  av. 
Fortieth   or   Evoy  Av, 
fm  Telegraph  av  W  to  Ade- 
line. 

Not  Numbered. 
Telegraph  av. 
Grove. 
West. 
Market. 
Forty-fifth,  fm  Telegraph 
av  W  to  Adeline. 

Not  Numbered. 
Teletrraph  av. 
Grove. 
West. 
Market. 
Linden. 
Forty-first,  fm  Telegraph 
av  W  to  San  Pablo  av. 
Not   Numbered. 
Telegraph  av. 
Grove. 
West. 
Market. 
Linden. 
Adeline. 
Forty-fourth,    fm    Tele- 
graph av  W  to  Adeline. 
Not   Numbered. 
Telegraph  av. 
Grove. 
West. 
Market. 
Linden. 
Forty-seeond,    fm   Tele- 
graph av  W  to  Adeline. 
Not  Numbered. 
Telegraph  av. 
Grove. 
West. 
Market. 
Linden. 
Forty-seventh,  fm  Tele- 
graph   av    W   to    Temescal 
Creek.     Not   Numbered. 
Telegraph  av. 
Grove. 


68 


STREET  DIRECTORY. 


West. 
Calais. 
Fort  y-«»ixth,  fm  Telegraph 
av  W  to  Adt  1  ne. 

Not  Numbered. 
Telegraph  av. 
Grove. 
West, 
Market. 
Linden. 
Forty  third,  fm  Telegraph 
av  W  to  San  Pablo  av. 
*    Numbered. 
Telegraph  av. 
Grove. 
West. 
Market. 
Linden. 
Adeline. 
Fourteenth,    N    of  Thir- 
teenth fm  Lake  Merritt  W  to 
the  Bay. 
North.     Street.  South 

60     Fallon 51 

100    Oak 101 

160    Malison 151 

200    Jackson 201 

250     Alice 251 

800    Harrison  301 

350    Webster 351 

400     Franklin 4">1 

450    Broadway 

600    Washington 501 

550    Clav    551 

6)0    Jefferson 6 'I 

650    Grove 

Ton    Castro 701 

760     Bru-h       7r>l 

80O     We^t     

Market 901 

950    Mvrtle 951 

1000     Filbert..    1001 

1050     Linden 

1100    Chestnut ii"i 

1160    Adeline U.r>i 

ISO  i    M  ujitolia 1201 

I'ni   D 1251 

l.ir.... 

Kirkham 

mo.    Cypress 1401 

1450  U 

16  "0     IV-ralta 16  »1 

I6f»0    Campbell 1651 

1700     Willow 1701 

1750     W  . 

I'ine 

•r 
1900     lUjr 1901 

Fourth      \  v    I    ot  Third  av 
fm  l 

\\    -• 
itfa 

1000    r       i    Qth 

-  .-ii t  »i 

uoo 

tl 

I 

litll  1401 

11    1 

i70u 

ilia. 

■in. 


Mound. 

Fourth,  hetThird  and  Fifth 
fm  Lake  Merritt  to   Market. 

North.     Street.  Sjuth. 

50     Fallon 51 

100    Oak 101 

150     Mad  son 151 

200    Jackson 201 

250     Alice 251 

300    Harrison 301 

350    Webster 351 

4oo     iranklin     ..      401 

450    Broadway 451 

500     Washington 501 

550     Clav 551 

600    Jefferson 601 

650     Grove 651 

700    Castro 701 

750     Brush 751 

900    Market 901 

Fourth,     .  emescal,      £     of 
Third  running  NE. 
Not  Numbered. 
Summer. 
Clifton. 
Hudson. 
College  av. 
Franklin,    Fast    Oakland. 

(See  East  Tenth.) 
Franklin,  E  of  Broadway 
fin    First    N    to    Walnut    or 
T«  eutv  second. 
Hast.       "Street.  West. 

600    First 601 

650     Second 

700    Third 701 

750     Fourth 751 

800    Fifth 

826     Sixth 

850    Seventh 851 

900    Eighth 901 

950     Ninth 951 

1000    Tenth 1001 

1050     Eleventh 1051 

UOO    Twelfth 1101 

1150     Thirteenth 1151 

l.'OO     Fourteenth 1201 

1250    Fifteenth 1'251 

1850     Seventeenth 1861 

Nineteenth  or 

1450         Durant 1461 

1500     Twentieth  or  DeftjWr.1601 

TVi     i         odor 

1600         Walnut 1601 

Frederick  ,  East  ■  lekland, 

i'.n k  a\  w  t  «    an 

North.  Booth. 

Park  av. 

1150    Kenned] 1161 

inn    valdec. 1101 



looo    BheU  Mound. 
Frederick  B  i  N<  s  Broad- 

■  Qllbert. 
Frederl    b  nth 

ami  N Inetesnth  fm s.n  P 

a\  t  ph    h\  .       Num- 

i  from  'lii   :i\ 
Free  m  out 
Frledasam       (See     I 

ITIll  ' 

Frail    \  ale    A  \ 

■  nt)  t bird  u\    i unnli 
and  i.nbered. 

Lena. 

Clior.h. 
W.rt    n 

av. 
Putnam. 


Washington. 

San  Leandro  Road. 

Old  County  Road. 

QmSki  1 1. fm  Webster  avWto 

Gilbei  t  bet  Booth  and  John. 

Not  Numbered. 

{«eary.     (See   Thirty-ninth.) 

N   '     Numbered. 
Genoa.  W  or  Grove  fm  Te- 
hama  N  to  Benton  and  Ade- 
line.      Not   Numbered. 
Tehama. 
Plumas. 
Sonoma. 
Shasta. 
Sutter. 
Menlo. 
Stanley. 
Mariposa. 
Adeline. 
Gilbert,    E   of   New  Broad- 
way fan   Booth  N  to  Mather. 
Not    Numbered. 
B  i  >th. 

kill. 
John. 
Gladding,  bet    Beach  and 
Surrhyne  fm  A  N    to  Yerba 
Buena. 

Street.  West. 

lo0     A 101 

I? 201 

Yerba  Buena. 
l-l«'n     Av,     Kast     Oakland, 
continuation  of  Seventeenth 
a\    fm     East    Twenty-fourth 
m:  to  Mist  Twenty-seventh. 
Glen  Av.    K   i  of   Webster 
av,  Glen  Echo  Tract. 
:    Numbered. 
Glen  Echo  Trart.  Esof 
Webster  av  S  of    Mountain 
View  Cemetery. 

•  Numbered. 
Gold,  E  of  Telegraph  av  Ha 

Edwards  crossing  Weston  av. 
Not   Numbered. 
Mii;'.na\. 
t  av. 
-  av. 
iton  av. 
Golden   Gate  A  v.  N   of 
Butler  av  fm  Ban  Pablo  av  E 
to  Third  av.  North  Oakland. 

•  Numbered. 

i  av. 
Heraog. 

•  .'lO. 

Muk 

Third  ai  .  N    Oaklan.l. 
<;«>«.-  breath  fm  wil 

lowWl 

North.     St  ith. 

1700    Will  ..»■ 1701 

lr>     d 1761 

1801 

Cedar. . . 

!  ..1901 

Gronl      Av,     bit    Sherman 

and  i'b  av 

I    ■  iinbered. 

4.  i:iu  I .  i  nd,  E  s  of 

bet 

Monl 

s..t   Numbered. 

Summit. 

Union, 
«„  rOl  Oi  won    and 

.  Adeline 
a\.    Numbered   to  Thirty 

vtb. 


69 


STREET  DIRECTORY. 


East.        Street.  West. 

600     First 601 

650    Second . .     651 

700    Third 701 

750     Fourth 751 

800     Fifth. 801 

826    Sixth 825 

850    Seventh 851 

900     Eighth 901 

950    Ninth 951 

1CG0    Tenth 1001 

1050    Eleventh 1051 

1100    Twelfth     1101 

1150    Thirteenth 1151 

1200    Fourteenth 1201 

1250    Fifteenth 1251 

1300    Sixteenth      13 '1 

1350    Seventeenth 1351 

1400    Eighteenth 1401 

1450    Nineteenth 145 1 

1500    Twentieth 1501 

1550    Twenty-first 155 1 

1576    Jones   1575 

1600    Twenty-second 1601 

1650    Twenty-third 1651 

1700    Twentv-fourth 1701 

1750    Twenty-fifth 1751 

1776    Sycamore 1775 

1800    Twenty-sixth 1801 

1850    Twenty-seventh ...  1851 

1900    Twenty-eighth 1901 

1950    Twenty-ninth 1951 

Caledonia  av. 

2000    Thirtieth 2001 

2050    Thirty-first 2051 

2100    Thirty-second 2101 

Thirty-third,  or 

2150         Nolan     .   2151 

Thirty-fourth,  or 

9200        Brown 2201 

Thirty-fifth,  or 

2250        Walton   2251 

2300    Thirty-sixth 2301 

Halleckj    or    Ettie,    bet 

Hubbard     and      Beach     fm 

Twenty-eighth    bet    Peralta 

and  Campbell  N  to  Park  av. 

East.        Street.  West. 

100    A lul 

200    B 201 

Yerba  Buena. 
Park  av. 
Hampell,    E  s  of    Moraga 
Valky  Road  N  of    city  line. 
Not  Numbered. 
Hannah.    (See  Hubbard.) 
Hanover    Av,    Peralta 
Heights,  E  of  Lake  Merritt. 
Not  Numbere  I. 
Harlan,     bet     Watts    and 
Haven  fm  Peralta  N  to  Oak- 
land Trotting  Park. 
East.        Street.  West. 

200    Peralta    201 

Yerba  Buena. 
Park  av. 
Trotting  Park. 
Harrison,    East    Oakland. 

(See  Fast  Seventeenth.) 
Harrison,    bet    Alice    an<" 
Wehster  fm    S  Water  Fr  nt 
N  to  Twentieth    and  Lake 
Merritt. 
East.        Street.  West 

550    S    Water  Front 551 

600    First 601 

650    Second 651 

700    Tnird 701 

750  Fourth 761 

aO0  Fifth 801 

126  Sixth 825 


200 


201 


850  Seventh 851 

900  Eighth 901 

950    N.nth 951 

1000    Tenth 1001 

1050     Eleventh 1051 

1100    TwePth 1101 

11F0    Thirteenth    1151 

1200     Fourteenth 1201 

1400     Eighteenth 1401 

1500    Twentieth 1501 

Lake  Merritt. 
Haven,    bet     Harlan     and 
Hulhs  fm    Peralta  N  to  Oak- 
land Trotting  Park. 
East.        Sneet.  West. 

(  Peralta.         ) 
IB.  \ 

Yerba  Buena  av. 
Park  av. 
Hawthorn,  bet  Thirty-first 
and  Thirty-second  E  s  Tele- 
graph av   E  to  New  Broad- 
way. 
North.        Street.  South. 

Telegraph  av. 
Elm. 

425     Webster 426 

400   New  Broadway 401 

Helen.    (See  Horton.) 
Henry     A  v.      (See     East 

Twenty-ninth.) 
Henry,   W    of   Chester  fm 
First  N  to  junction  Peralta 
and  Ninth. 
East.        Street.  West. 

600    First 601 

700    Third 701 

800    Fifth 801 

850     Seventh 851 

900    Eighth 901 

950    Ninth   951 

Hepburn.       (See     East 

Twenty-first.) 
Herzog,   bet  San  Pablo  av 
and  Idaho  fm  Alcatraz  av  S 
to  Klinkuer  av. 

Not  Numbered. 
Alcatraz  av. 
Felton. 
Todd. 

Golden  Gate  av. 
Butler  av. 
Klinkner  av. 
High,   E    of   Fruit  Vale  av 
erOdsing  Railroad  av  N  and  S. 
Not  Numbered. 
North.  South. 

Warren.  Church. 

Putnam.  Lane. 

Washington.  Clarke. 

San  Leandro  Road. 

Highland  Av,  Piedmont. 

Not  Numbered 
Highland      A  v,    fm 

Twent)  -seventh  av  E  of  Knox 

av  N. 
East.        Street.  West. 

1850  E  Twenty-seventh . .  1851 
1900  East  Twenty-eighth.  19i  1 
if).  0    Past  Twenty  -ninth.  1961 

2000     East  Thirtieth 2001 

Hillside  A  v.  Piedmont,  E 

s  of  Blair  av  S  of  Vernal. 

Nor  Numbered. 

I!  ills  ton   Av,  Glen    Echo 

Tract . 
Ilobnrt.    (See  Twenty-first.) 
II  olden   or    Louisa,    bet 

Hollisand  Horton  fm  Peralta 

N  to  Park  av. 
East.        Street.  West. 


2    Peralta 1 

100    A 101 

200    B 201 

Yerba  Buena  av. 
Park  av. 
Hoi  lis,     bet     Haven      and 
Holden    fm     PeralU    N    to 
Park  av. 
East.        Street.  West 

100    Peralta.   101 

200    B 201 

Yerba  Buena  av. 
Park  av. 

Hopkins,  fm   E  s  Moraga 
Valley  Road  bet  Dune  in  and 
Wilson  E  to  Redwood  Road. 
Union. 
Putnam. 
Stevens. 
Horton    or    Helen,    bet 
Hollis    and      Hubbard     fm 
Peralta  N  to  Park  av.       , 
East.        Street.  West. 

2    Peralta 1 

100    A 101 

200    B 201 

Yerba  Buena  av. 
Park  av. 
Howard,  East  Oakland,  E 
of    Adeline  f>n    East  Four- 
teenth and  San  Leandro  Road 
N.     Not  Numbered. 
Howe,  fm  Moss  av  E  of  New 
Broadway     N     to    Catholic 
Cemetery.    Not  Numbered. 
Moss  av. 
Booth. 
Gaskdl. 
John. 
Mather. 
Hnbhui'd    or    Hannah, 
bet  Horton  and  Halleck  fm 
Peralta    and   Twenty-eighth 
N  to  Park  av. 
North.    Street.  South. 

2    Peralta 1 

100    A 101 

200    B    201 

Yerba  Buena  av. 
Park  av. 
Hudson,   fm  E  s  of  Clare- 
mont  av   N  of  Cli'ton  E  to 
College  av.    Not  Numbered. 
Claremont  av. 
First  av.  Temesoal. 
Se<  raid  a\ .  Tei  ieseal. 
Third  av,  TemeseaL 
H  n  ff  A  V.    (See  East  Twen- 
ty-seventh.) 
Humbert.    (See  East  Twen- 
tieth.) 
Idaho,  W  of  Baker  fm  Alca- 
traz S  to  Klinkner  av. 
Not  Numbered. 
A 1  atraz  av. 
Felton. 
Todd. 

Golden  Gate  av. 
Butler  av. 
Klinkner  av. 
Independence  Square 
bet  East  Sixteenth  and  East 
N  neteenth    and     Sixteenth 
and  Eighteen'  li  ays. 
Isabella.  W  s  of  San   Pablo 
av  N  of  Twenty-fourth  W  to 
Twenty-second  and  Market. 
Numbered.  San  Pah]  i  S00. 
Jackson,  bet   lfadi«oa  and 
Oak  Cm  S.  Water  »r>ntNto 
highteenth  or  DuranL 


70 


STREET  DIRECTORY 


East.        Street.  West. 

550    S.  Water  Front 551 

600     First   601 

650    Second 651 

700    Third 701 

750  Fourth 751 

800  Fifth 801 

826  Sixth 852 

850  Seventh.... **51 

900  Eighth 901 

950     Ninth 951 

1000    Tenth    1001 

1050     Kiev. nth   1051 

1100     Twelfth    1101 

1150    Thirteenth H51 

1200    Fourteenth 1201 

1250     Fifteenth 1261 

1350    Seventeenth 1351 

i  Eighteenth.  )  U01 
1400  |  Lake  Merritt.  |  ' lwl 
J  a  e  k  n  o  ii  ,    Best  Oakland. 

Eleventh.) 
Jackson,  <»r  Ea^tTwen- 
tieth.  E  of  Thirteenth  av. 
Jefferson,    bet   Clay    ami 
Grove  fm    First   to   Seven- 
teenth and  San  Pablo  av. 

•reet.  West. 

6'0    First 601 

650    Second 651 

700    Third 701 

750    Fourth 

800     Fifth 

826    Sixth 820 

850     Seventh 855 

900     Eighth 901 

950     Ninth    951 

1000     Tenth 

1050    Eleventh 1061 

1100    Twelfth  inn 

l  k60    Thirteenth 1151  | 

1200    Fourteenth 1201 

Fifteenth 1261 

13  m>    Sixteenth    1301 

1850  nth 1351 

-;ui   PablO  a\ . 
JefferSOn,     East    Oakland. 
I   Ninth.) 

Jeroej     '■     '    N  f,n 

S  .t  Numbered. 
John,  fm  Webster  ai    B  to 
QUbeii     bet     Qsflkfll    and 
Mather.     Wot  Numb  red. 
J  on  cm.     East     Oakland,     fin 
Fourth  av  E  of  CttntOD  N. 
No     Numbered. 
Fourth  av. 
P 

Lincoln, 
i  ■     laior. 
Mound. 
JniH'N,    Fast    Oakland.    (Bet 

h  ii\.) 
Joiicm.  bel  Twenty  Bret  and 
TV,  Pablo 

av  I  raphav. 

(lumbered  hn  telegraph  600 

Joy.  S  of  Al'-atrn/:i\   fm    Ba 

.  lite  Bcrostin 
Julia,    i  i  '  Oal  la  ■ 

Thirl 
Hcnii.  «l>        Bafll     Oakland. 

v>  oi  Pai 

\,\\  Iniratoo. 
Demi 

KliiC    '   '   '    Oakland.    W    of 
I  ,1    i 

1 

ii 

000    Dennlaon 

k.  .561 


.1801 


Kirkham,  bet  Poplar  and 

Cypress  fin  First  N  to   Per- 
alta and  Twenty-sixth. 

East.  Street.  *              West. 

6W     First 601 

700    Third 701 

800     Fifth 811 

850    Seventh 851 

900    Eighth 901 

1000    Tenth  1001 

1050     Eleventh   1051 

1100    Tweltth   1101 

1200     Fourteenth 1 201 

1250     Fitteenth 1261 

1300    Sixteenth   1301 

1350    Seven  teenth 1351 

1400     Eighteenth 1041 

1450     Nineteenth 1451 

1500    Twentieth 1501 

1000    Twenty-second 1601 

1700    Twenty-fourth .1.01 

,om  t  Twenty-sixth 

1800  ■)  Peralta. 

Klinkner  Av.s  of  Butler 

av  tin  San  Pablo  av  E  three 
blocks.     Not  Numbered. 
San  Pablo  a  v. 
Herzog. 
Idaho. 
Knox  Av,  fm  East  Twenty- 
seventh  E  of  Twenty-first  av 
N  to  cit\   line  . 

Not  Numbered. 
East  Twenty-seventh. 
F  tst  Twenty-eighth. 
East  Twentj  ninth. 
East  Thirtieth. 
Knox    Place,   W  »    Tele 
iph  av  bet  Sycamore  and 
Albion.    Telegraph  600 
L:i"  .VfSeeEastNineteenth  ) 
Lake  Av,  N  of  Lake  Mer- 
ritt running  NE. 

n  ot    Numbered. 
Cottage. 
Chambers. 
Luke,  E  of  Lake  Merritt  fm 
Brooklyn  N  to  Prospect. 
Numbered. 
Brooklyn. 

Peralta. 

Lake    Mhore    Av,   E  of 

L  tke  Met  ritt  fm  Bay  N. 
Not    Numhered 
Lane.  S.,t  Church  fm   Fruit 
\  ale  %\  to  High. 

Not  Numbered. 
Lunic,  Bast  Oakland.    (See 

sixteenth  %\ .) 
Laurel      (Sec  Twenty  -fifth.) 

Lrnore    (8e«  East  Eighth.; 
Lester  A  v.Peralta  n«  Ights, 

E  of    Lake  Merritt. 
LewiB,  W  of  Henry  fm  Firat 
to  se\  >  nth  and  I'oralta. 

Btreet  Use! 

6oo    First  ...  «oi 

Third .01 

801 

nth  and  Peralta. 
Libert)  ,   e   ot   Beoond  fm 

l'.iii,  -  ..I  N.   Not  Numbered. 
Hir.  h 

oil). 

Llll  >  ,  S  of  Colusa  fm  llacino 
l  i)di  av. 
n  .r  Numbers  i 
Lincoln    i  .  i   fiakl  tnd .  1 1 

M  H     of 

h  line. 
s  •    •.  imnered 

Suiniiiit. 


Union. 
Lincoln.   East   Oakland,  N 
of    Prospect  fm    Bay  E    to 
Fourth  av. 
Watson. 
Oak. 
Spruce. 
Line. 
Clinton. 
Jones. 
Lincoln,    bet     Tavlor    and 
West  Twelfth  fm  W  s  of  Per- 
alta to  B-.iv. 

1600     Peralta. 1601 

1650    Campbell.    1651 

1700     Willow 1701 

1750     Wood 1751 

1800     Pine    1801 

1850    Cedar 1S51 

1900     Bay .1901 

Linda  Av,  fm  W  s  Pleasant 
Valley  av  N  of  Piedmont  av 
to  Webster  av  through  Glen 
Echo  Tract, 
Linden,  fm  bet  Filbert  and 
Chestnut,  First  N  to  city 
limit 
East.        Street.  West. 

600     First 001 

700    Third 701 

800     Fifth 801 

nth 801 

900    Eighth 951 

1000    Tenth 1001 

Twelfth 1101 

Fourteenth 1201 

sixte  nth 1801 

Eighteenth 1401 

1600     Twentieth 1501 

T  vent]  second 1601 

Twenty-fourth .1701 

L8O0    Twenl )  Bixth 1801 

1900    Twentj  eighth  ....  1001 

2000      I  hirtieth 2001 

2100    Thirt.\  ■second 2101 

"Tlnitv-iourth.  I 

(  San  Pablo  av.  \ 
Linden.  Temeacal,  continu- 
ation „t     Forty  fifth  fm  Tel- 
iph  av  E. 

Linden,  Temeacal,  E  of  Ad- 
eline fm  Fort  \  first  N  to 
Tellies  al  <  'reek. 

\    r    Numbered. 
Port]  second. 
Port]  third. 
Port]   fourth. 

Port]  fifth. 

Port]  ihcth. 
LfTlng?Ston.  Bast  Oakland, 
fm  Par*   H   YV  to   San   Anto- 
nto  Ci  sek, 

North.  Street.  South. 

1160      Park  av 1161 

IF  0      Kennedy HOI 

\  1051 

LOOO    King     1001 

Shell  Mound..  .  951 

Loensf     B<  ■  Twentj  third.) 
Logan  .    (Sec  T  ilrtj  -Oxth.) 
r.nni>n     (See  Bolden.J 
Lowell,  w    s    Adeline    fm 

Plumni  N  to  Menio. 

N     t      Nillllhered. 

kdeUne, 

Sonoma. 

Bhasta. 

Sutter. 
Lank    Av    bet  Morkct    and 

fm     Thlrtj  ninth    N    to 
Port]  •eooud. 

Not    Numbered. 


STREET     DIRECTORY, 


71 


Thirty-ninth. 

Fortieth. 

Forty-first. 

Iiydia,  bet  Twenty-first  and 
Twenty-second  fm  Brush  W 
to  Market. 
North.     Street.  South. 

750    Brush 751 

800    West 801 

850    Curtis 851 

900    Market 901 

Lynde,  East  Oakland,  W  s 

Peralta  av  N  of  Bellevue  av. 

Not  Numbered. 

Madison,  bet  Jackson  and 

Oak  fm  S.  Water  Front  N  to 

Lake  Merritt. 

East.        Street.  West. 

550    S.  Water  Front 551 

600    First 601 

650    Second 651 

700    Third 701 

750  Fourth 751 

800  Fifth 801 

826  Sixth 825 

850  Seventh 851 

900  Eighth 901 

950  Ninth 951 

1000    Tenth 1001 

1050    Eleventh. 1051 

1100    Twelfth   1101 

1150    Thirteenth 1151 

1200     Fourteenth 1201 

1250    Fifteenth 1251 

1350    Seventeenth 1351 

Boulevard  and  Lake 
Merritt. 

Madison     Square,    bet 

Madison  and  Oak  and  Eighth 
and  Ninth. 
Madison,     East     Oakland. 

(See  East  Fifteenth.) 
Magnolia.  W  of  Adeline  fm 
First  N  to  Thirty-sixth  and 
Peralta. 
East.        Street.  West. 

600    Fiist 601 

700    Third 701 

800    Fifth 801 

8^0     Seventh 851 

900    Eighth 901 

1000    Tenth ..1001 

1150    Twelfth 1151 

1200    Fourteenth 1201 

1300    Sixteenth 1301 

1400    Eighteenth 1401 

1450    Twentieth   1451 

1600    Twenty-second 1601 

1700    Twenty-fourth  . .    .  1701 

1800    Twenty-sixth 1801 

1900    Twenty-eighth 1901 

2000    Thirtieth 2001 

2100    Thirtv-second 2101 

2200    Thirty-fourth 2201 

Thirty -sixth  and  Peralta. 

Maple,  fm  Telegraph  av  at 
junction  of  Merced  av  B. 
Not  Numbered. 
Maple,  off  Temescal   E    of 
Telegraph  av. 

Not  Numbered. 
Temescal. 
Birch. 
Mariposa  Av,  N  of  Merced 
av  fm  Racine  nr  junction  of 
Telegraph  av  W  to  Dover. 
Not  Numbered. 
Racine. 
Shattuck  a\ . 
Dover. 
Mariposa,  bet  Benton  and 


Stanley  W  fm  Dover  to  Ade- 
line.    Not  Numbered. 
Dover. 
Grove. 
Genoa. 
Adeline. 
Market,  bet    Myrtle     and 
Westfm  First  Nto Forty  fifth. 
East.        Street.  West. 

600    First  601 

650    Second 651 

700    Third  701 

750  Fourth 401 

800  Fifth 751 

826  Sixth 825 

850  Seventh 851 

900  Eighth 901 

950  Ninth 951 

1000    Tenth 1001 

1050    Eleventh 1051 

1100    Twelfth 1101 

1150    Thirteenth 1151 

1200    Fourteenth    1201 

1250    Fifteenth 1251 

1300    Sixteenth    1301 

1350    Seventeenth 1351 

1400    Eighteenth 1401 

1450    Nineteenth 1451 

1500    Twentieth 1501 

1526    Twenty-first 1525 

1550    Lydia 1551 

1600    Twenty-second.    ...1601 

1700    Tw  enty-f  ourth 1701 

1800    Twenty -sixth 1801 

1900    Twenty -eighth 1901 

2000    Thirtieth  and  S  P  av.2001 

2100    Thirty-second 2101 

2126    Brockhurst 2125 

2150    Thirty-third 2151 

2200    Thirty-fourth 2201 

2250    Thirty  fifth 2251 

Thirty-sixth. 
Thirty-seventh. 
Thirty-eighth. 
Thirtv-ninth. 
Fortieth. 
Forty-first. 
Forty-second. 
Forty-third. 
Forty-fourth. 
Forty-fifth. 
Martin,  W  s  Claremont  N 
of  Miranda.   Not  Numbered. 
Mather,    N     of    Booth    fm 
Webster  av  W  to  New  Broad- 
way.    Not  Numbered. 
Me  Adam,     E     s    of    New 
Broadway  bet     Birch     and 
Vernon  E.    Not  Numbered. 
MrCall,  fm    Mono   av    bet 
Shattuck  av  and  Dover  N  to 
Benton.    Not  Numbered. 
Mono. 
Merced. 
Mariposa. 
MoK.ee,  S  of  Todd  beg  E  s 
of  Grove  W  to  Baker. 
Not  Numbered. 
Grove. 
Adeline  av. 
Genoa. 
Calais 

Third  av,  Temescal. 
T.aker. 
Menlo,  N  of  Sutter  fm  Do- 
ver W  to  San  Pablo  av. 
Dover. 
Grove. 
Genoa. 
Calais. 
Adeline. 
Merced  Av,  bet  Mariposa 


and  Mono  fm  Telegraph  av 
W  to  Dover. 

Not  Numbered. 
Telegraph  av. 
Shattuck  av. 
McCall. 
Dover. 
Merrimac,  bet  Bay  Place 
and   Prospect   E  8  of  Tele- 
graph av  to  Webster. 
Not  Numbered. 
Telegraph  av. 
Webster. 
Millbury,  E  s  of  Moraga 
Valley  Road  to  city  line. 
Not  Numbered. 
Union. 
Putnam. 
Stevens. 
Milton,   W  s  of  San  Pablo 
av    nr    Twenty-sixth  W    to 
Market.     Numbered. 

850    San  Pablo  av 851 

Minn  a,    continuation     of 
Fort  v  third  fm  Telegraph  av 
E. 
Miranda,  W  s  of  Claremont 
av  N  of  Sutter  W  to  Vicente. 
Not  Numbered. 
Claremont. 
Agala. 
Mono  Av,  S  of  Merced  av 
fm  Shattuck  av  VV  to  Dover, 
Not  Numbered. 
Shattuck  av. 
Merced  av. 
Dover. 
Monroe,   East  Oakland,  N 
of  East   Fourteenth  crossing 
Adeline  F.  to  Howard. 
Not  Numbered. 
Montague,  North  Oakland, 
N  of  Powell   f  ii   San   Pablo 
av  W  to  the  Bay. 

Not  Numbered. 
Twelfth.  N  Oakland. 
Eleventh, 
Tenth,  " 

Ninth. 

Eighth,  •« 

Seventh,  " 

Sixth,  " 

Fifth.  " 

Fourth.  " 

Third,  " 

Second,  •' 

First,  " 

Bay, 
Monterito  Av,  Piedmont, 

E  s  of  Blair  S  of  Hillside. 
Montgomery,  bet  Gilbert 
and   Howe  fm    Booth   N  to 
Roman    Catholic  Cemetery. 
Booth. 
(Jaskill. 
John. 
Mather. 
Montgomery.  E  s  of  Mo- 
raga Valley  Road  bet  Lincoln 
and  Grant      Numbered. 
Summit. 
Union. 
Moraga     Road,    E   of 
Mountain  View  Cemetery  fm 
Piedmont  Railroad  NE. 
Moraga  Valley,   County 
Road   fm    Thirteenth  av  at 
Peralta  NE. 
Lincoln. 
Montgomery. 
Grant. 
County  Road. 


Duncan. 
Hopkins. 

Wilson. 
Millbury. 
Hampell. 
Reed. 
Morgan,     continuation     of 
Tehama  fin    Shattuck    and 
Telegraph  ava. 
Morris,  S  of  Sharon  fm  Col- 
lege a v  W  to  Colby. 
Not  Numbered. 
College  av. 
Moulton. 
Mosh  Av.    continuation    of 
Thirty-seventh  fin  Telegraph 
av  E  to    Pleasant  Valley  av. 
Not  Numbered. 
Telegraph  av. 
Gold. 
Silver. 
Diamond. 
Broadway. 
Webster  av. 
Moulton,    bet    Colby    and 
College  av  fm  Alcatraz  av  S 
to  Claremont  av. 

Not   Numbered. 
Alcatraz  av. 
Sharon. 
Thompson. 
Mound.  N    of  Excelsior   fm 

Fourth  av  W  to  Clinton. 
Mountain  Av.  Piedmont. 

Not  Numbered. 
Munroe.  Cast  Oakland.  (See 

East  Sixteenth.) 

Myrtl«\  W    of    Market    fm 

Fir.^t  N  to  San  Pablo  av  bet 

Thirtieth  and  Thirty-second. 

East.         Stieet.  West. 

600     First 601 

700     Third 701 

800     Fifth 801 

850    Seventh 851 

900     Hghtfa 901 

1000     Tenth 1001 

IK  8    Twelfth noi 

1200    fourteenth 1201 

1300    Sixteenth     1801 

1400    Eighteenth.  1401 

1600    Twentieth 1001 

1600     Twenty  second.  1601 

1700    Twenty-fourth    ...   i7"i 

lnoo    Twenty-sixth 

IMO    Twenty  eighth  .     .    1901 

eooo    rhirtieth 2ooi 

Pablo  av. 
Miiclc.ndi     Av,     E     of 
Eighteenth     av     fm      East 
Eh  \>  nt  h  NE  to  East  Twenty- 
Ih. 

kreet  W<   I 

1050    East  Eleventh 
1100  L101 

1200  irteenth.      1201 

I  Fifteenth 
■■  ■  nth 
I860 

ntleth 
•  rwentj  Hi 

i  tei  i  sent]  fourtl 
1800     I  i 

Mill   I.   ,1,1  I. 

«Cllt  h    f>  W    tO 


North.     Street.  South . 

500    Telegraph  av 501 

600     San  Pablo  av 601 

650     Grove 651 

700     Castro 701 

760     Brush 751 

800     West 8(  1 

850     Curtis 851 

900     Market 9ol 

1150    Adeline 1151 

1250     Union 1251 

1350     Kirkham 1351 

1600     Peralta 1601 

Xinth  Av,  F  of  Eighth  av 

fm  East  Ninth  N  to  Peralta. 

East  Street.                 West. 

950     East  Ninth 951 

1000     East  Tenth lOol 

1050     East  Eleventh 1051 

1100    East  Twelfth 1107 

1150  East  Thirteenth   ..   1151 

1200  East  Fourteenth  . .  .1201 

1250     East  Fifteenth 1 261 

1300  East  six  eenth.    . .  1301 

1350  East  Seventeenth  .  .1351 

1400  East  Eighteenth. . . .  1401 

1450  East  Nineteenth  . .  1451 

1500  East  Twentieth.    ..   1501 

1550  East  Twentv-tirst.    .1551 

1600  East Twenty-second  1601 

1650  East  Twenty-third.  U6S1 

1700  Fast  Twenty-fourth.  1701 
Peralta,  E.  O. 

Ninth,  N  of    Eig-hth  fm   F 

Front    Lake    Merritt   W   to 

.Market  and  fm  Kirkham  W 

to  Peralta. 

North,     street.  South. 

50    Fallon 51 

100     Oak 101 

160     Madison 151 

200    Jackson 201 

250    Alice   2">  1 

300     Harrison 301 

350     Webster 351 

400     Franklin 401 

4.M)     Broadway    451 

500     Wellington   501 

550    Clay    551 

•  ffi  rson 801 

65 1 

7<»o    (  astro     7oi 

760     Brush 761 

800      West 801 

900    Market 901 

Kirkham. 
Center. 

Cypress. 
Chester. 

Henry. 

\olnn,      bet     Thirty-second 
and    Brown    fin   Grove  W  to 

Pablo  av, 

South 

Ciove 

w.  -t      

Market 901 

Oak  KM  and  Fallon 

(in  i  out  N  to  take 

III  i  •  if  t 

\\«  -' 

i 
t  (tol 

Third 

i     irth 7M 

801 

I 
860    Sleuth. 


900    Eighth 901 

950     Ninth 951 

1000    Tenth 1001 

1050     Eleventh 1051 

1100    Twelfth 1101 

1150    Thirteenth 1151 

1200     Fourteenth 1201 

I860     Fifteenth 1251 

1350     Seventeenth 1351 

Boulevard,  Lake  Merritt 
Oak,  East  Oakland,  fm    N    s 
Prospeit   bet     Watson    and 
Clinton. 

Lincoln. 
Excelsior. 

Oak,  E  of  Jersey  fm  Cottage 
N.     Not  Numbered. 

Oakland   A  v.   E  of   New 
Broauway  fm  Bay  Place   N. 
Not  Numbered. 

Opal,  bet  silver  and  Diamond 
fm  Weston  av   N. 

N    t  Numbered. 
Oraii{t«k.  Eof  Perry  fm  Oak- 
land av  N  [•'.. 

\    t    Numbered. 
Orchard,  bet  Prospect  and 
Hawthorn  E  s  of  Telegraph 
av  E  to  city  line. 
North.         Street.  South. 

Telegraph  av. 
400    New  Broadway.   ...  401 

4.')0    Webster 451 

Paf  ifle,    continuation   of 
Third  Ws  of  Peralta toG  P. 
K.  K.   Yard. 
North.     Street  South. 

1600     Peralta 1601 

1650     Campbell    ...1651 

1700     Willow    1701 

1760    Wood 1751 

C.  P.  K.  K.  Yard. 

Park     A  v.    beg  at    East 
Twelfth  bet  Twentj  second 
and    Twentj  third   avs  run- 
ning s  to  Pai  k.  Uamoda. 
N    ml  <  red. 
Twelfth. 

651 

■  le>  enth .651 

i»  nnison 601 

800     I     si  Tenth 601 

i 

Ninth.    . 

l'uiU  A\    N    I  Will. i  Bucna 
av  tin -an  !' .I>l"av  to  Beach. 

n  •  Numbered. 

I'ahloav. 
Fmei  v . 
Watts. 
Harlan. 
ii  iv  an. 
ii  Ills. 
Holden. 
ii  rton. 
Hubbard. 
Hall 
Be*  ii- 
Park    Plnro.    fm    Twenty- 
UXth  W  of  >.m    l'ablo   av   N 

t..  jfai  i  el 
I'ni'k   (^<  <  Twentj  seventh.) 
Patten  kv.) 

Pearl,  h  vveb- 

i>iitlnuln8  H. 

I    Ni'iih.  I  i  d, 

Pearl,   fm    Weston    N    (bet 
o>, i  Kub/X 
Ni»t  Numbered 


STREET    DIRECTORY. 


73 


Peralta  Av,  East  Oakland, 
fin   Old   County   Road  E    of 
Fruit  Vale  av.  NE. 
Not  Numbered. 
Peralta    Heights,  E   of 
Lake    Merritt    N     of     East 
Fourteenth. 
Peralta,  East  Oakland.  (See 

Twenty-second  av.) 
Peralta,  E  of  Campbell  fm 
First  N  to  San  Pablo  av  and 
Thirty-eighth. 
East.        Street.  West. 

600    First  601 

700    Third 701 

Pacific     

750    Atlantic 751 

800    William 801 

850    Seventh 851 

900     Eighth 901 

Taylor 

950    Ninth 951 

Seward 

Tenth 

1050    Lincoln 1051 

1100    Twelfth 1101 

1150    Thirteenth 1151 

1200    Fourteenth 1201 

1250    Fifteenth 1251 

1300    Sixteenth 1301 

1350    Seventeenth 1351 

Junction  Center. 

1400    Eighteenth 1401 

1450    Nineteenth    1451 

1500    Twentieth 1501 

1600    Twenty-second.    .   .1601 

1700    Twenty-fourth 1701 

1800    Twenty -sixth 1801 

H£sKghth}  ««» 

Horton 

2000    Thirtieth 2001 

Holden   

A 

Hollis 

2100    Thirty-second 2101 

Haven    

2200    Thirty-fourth 2201 

B. 

Harlan. 
Watts. 

Thirty-ninth. 
Emery. 
San  Pablo  av. 
Peralta,  East  Oakland,  E  of 
Lake  MerrittNof  Brooklyn. 
Numbered. 
Lake. 
Capitol. 
Bay. 
Stone. 
Howard. 
Watson. 
Clinton. 

County  road  to  Moraga 
Valley. 
Perry,  continuation  of  Oak- 
land av  N  and  E. 
Piedmont     Av,    E    s    of 
Pleasant  Valley  av  N  of  Dale. 
Pierce,  East  Oakland.     (See 

Eleventh  av.) 
Pine,  East   Oakland,  N   8   of 
Prospect  nr  Clinton. . 
Not  Numbered. 
Lincoln. 
Excelsior. 
Pine,  bet  Wood  and  Cedar  fm 
Atlantic  N  to  Twenty-sixth. 
East.        Street.  West. 

750    Atlantic 751 

800     William 801 


850    Seventh 851 

876    Goss 871 

900    Short  and  Eighth. . .   901 

Chase 

Taylor 

1000    Seward 1001 

1050     Lincoln 1051 

1100    Twelfth 1101 

1150    Thirteenth 1151 

1200    Fourteenth 1 201 

1300    Sixteenth 1301 

1400    Eighteenth 1401 

1500    Twentieth 1501 

1600    Twenty-second   ...1601 

1700    Twenty-fourth 17ul 

Twenty-sixth  and  A. 
Pleasant    Valley    Av, 
fm  N  end  of  Lake  Merritt  N 
to  Piedmont  av  nr  Cemetery. 
Not  Numbered. 
Moss  av. 
Cottage  av. 
Dale  av. 
Piedmont  av. 
Linda  av. 
Plumas,    bet  Tehama    and 
Sonoma  fm  E  s  Shattuck  av 
W  to  Adeline. 

Not  Numbered. 
Shattuck  av. 
Dover. 
Grove. 
Genoa. 
Calais. 
Adeline. 
Plymouth  Av,  bet  Haw- 
thorne    and     Edwards    fm 
Telegraph  av  E. 

Not  Numbered- 

450    Andover 451 

Elm. 

TelesTaph  av. 
Polk,    East    Oakland.    (See 

Twelfth  av.) 
Poplar,  bet  Union  and  Kirk- 
ham  fm  First  N  to  Peralta 
and  Thirtieth. 
East.         Street.  West. 

600    First  601 

700    Third    701 

800     Fifth 801 

850    Seventh 851 

900     Eighth 901 

1000    Tenth 1001 

1100    Twelfth 1101 

1200    Fourteenth 1201 

1300     Sixteenth 1301 

1400    Eighteenth 1401 

1500    Twentieth 1501 

1600    Twentv-second   ...KM 

1700    Twentv-fourth 170i 

1800    Twenty-sixth 1801 

1900    Twenty-eighth 1901 

2000     Thirtieth 2001 

Peralta. 
Powell,   bet   Montague  av 
and  Villa  av  fm  San  Pablo  av 
W  to  the  Bay. 

Numbered. 
San  Pablo  av. 
Twelfth,  N  Oakland. 
Eleventh,        " 
Tenth,  " 

Ninth,  " 

Eighth,  •« 

Seventh,  «4 

Sixth,  " 

Fifth,  «« 

Fourth,  «« 

Third.  " 

Second,  " 

First,  " 


Prospect  East  Oakland,  N 
ot  Petal  a  f  >i  l^akc  Merritt E 
to  Fourth  a\ . 

Numbered. 
Lake. 
Capitol. 
Bay. 
Stone. 
Howard. 
Teimnm. 
Watson. 
Oak. 
Spruce. 
Pine. 
Clinton. 
J"ncs. 
Prospect,     bet     Merrimac 
and  Orchard,  fm  E  s  of  Tel- 
egraph av  to  city  line. 
Not  Numbered. 
Te  egraph  av. 

450     Webster 451 

New  Broadway. 

Putnam,  E<st  Oakland,  fm 
County  Road  N. 

Not  Numbered. 
County  Road. 
Dun  an. 
Hopkins 
Wilson . 
Mill  bury. 
Putnam,  fm   Fruit  Vale  av 
N  of  Railroad  av  E  to  High. 
Not  Nu     b^red. 
Quincey.     (See    Fast  Nine- 
teenth E  of  Thirtre  th  av.) 
QllillC.V,    E    Oakland,    N    of 
Munroe  fm  <  ity  line  E. 
Not  Numbered 
Racine,    fm    Telegraph    av 
junction  of  Merced  N  to  Al- 
catraz  av . 

Not  Numbered. 
Mariposa  A  v. 
Rose. 
Thorn. 
Lilly. 
Colusa. 
Rntton     Av.      (See     East 

Twenty-sixth. 
Keed,  East  Oakland.  E  side 
Moraga     Valley    road    N   of 
HampelL 

Not  Numbered. 
Rose,  bet  Cherry  and  Thorn, 
from  Racine  E  crossing  Tel- 
egraph av. 

Not  Numbered. 
Ruby,  off  Weston  bet  Pearl 
and  Gold,  N. 

N<  t  Numbered. 
San  Leandro  Road, con- 
tinuation of  East  Fourteenth 
E. 
Saunders.      (See    East 

Twenty-second.) 
Second  Av,  E  of  First  av 
from    hast  Tenth  N  to  East 
Sixteenth. 
East.         Street.  West. 

1000    East  Tenth 1001 

1050     East  Eleventh 1051 

1100    East  Twelfth HOI 

1200     Fast  Fourteenth  . .  .1201 

1250     Bast  Fifteenth 1251 

1300     Fast  Sixteenth.    ..   1301 

Second,  bet  First  and  Third 

tm  Lake  Merritt  W  to  Mark. 
North  Street.  South. 

50      Fallon   51 

100      Oak 10i 


74 


STREET     DIRECTORY. 


160      Madison 151 

200      Jackson 201 

250      Alice 

SOD      Harrison 301 

850      Webster 351 

400      Franklin 4  1 

450       Broadway   451 

500      Washington 5U1 

550      Clay 551 

600      Jefferson   6j1 

650       Grove 651 

700   Castro  701 

750   Brush 751 

800      Market 801 

Second,  Temescal,  E  of  First 
NE  fm  Temesial. 

Not  Numbered. 

Temescal. 

Birch. 

Summer. 

Clifion. 

Hudson. 

Forrest. 

College  av. 
Seventeenth   At,    E  of 
Sixteenth  av  fm  San  Antonio 
Creek  NE  to   East  Twenty- 
Fourth. 
South.        Street.  North. 

1100    East  Twelfth 1101 

1150    East  Thirteenth   ...1151 
1-200     East  Fourteenth. .  .    1801 

1250    East  Fifteenth 1251 

1300     East  Sixteen :h 1301 

Independence  Sqr. 
1450    East  Nineteenth  . .     1451 

1500     East  Twentieth 1501 

1550     East  Twenty-first.    .1551 
1600    EastT.v  11601 

1650     East  Twenty-third  .1651 

Seventeenth.   N      I  8a 

teenth  tin  Lake  Merntt  W  1 0 

tre  Bav. 
•h.        Street,  South. 

50    Fallon 61 

100    Oak 101 

150  

200  201 

400     Franklin 

idtnu    ... 

:h  av 

I'll* 

Ob 

6»0    .lefier-on 

650    Grove 

700    Castro 701 

l'.nsh 

800    West   

850    Garth 

I     hirkham    

1400    CypraM 
1450 

NfXIltll       ,%V.     E     n? 

av  fm    I 

Ka»t    1  irth. 

I    ..-Ml. 
th 
tii 

rtitli  10    1 

1I<«0      |M(   Tw.lfth 

I 
1  I  • 

1500    Em*  Tw< 
i56o   tut  re 


1600  East  Twenty-second  16"»1 

1650  East  Twenty-third.   1651 
Seventh,    bet  '  Sixth     and 

_  th,  fm  Lake  Merritt  W 
to  the  Bay. 
North.        Street.  South 

50  Fallon 51 

100  Oak 101 

l'O  Madis  >n 1  .">1 

200  Jackson  

250  Alice 251 

300  Harrison   301 

350  Webster 3.1 

400  Franklin 401 

450  Broadway. .      

500  Washington 501 

550  Clay 551 

6K>  Jefferson 6  01 

650  Grove 6  1 

700  Castro  ...    701 

750  Brush 751 

800  West 

90)  Market 901 

950  M  vi  tie    

1000  Filbert 1001 

1050  Linden   10  1 

1100  Chestnut 1101 

1150  Adeline 1151 

1200  Magnolia 1201 

1-250  Union 1251 

Poplar 

1350  Kirk  ham 1851 

1400  (y  press 1401 

1450  Center         1451 

1500  Chester 1501 

1550  Henry       

1600  Lewis*  and  Peralta.l  6  1 

1650  Campbell    1651 

1700  Willow 1701 

1750  Wo  d    

Pine         

Cedar 

1900     Bay 19ol 

Nc«ard,    bet    Tavlor    and 
Lincoln    W  s  of    Feralta  to 

Worth.        Street.  South. 

1600     Peralta 1601 

1650     C  ■mpbell 

1700    Will  m     1701 

1750     Wood 

1800     Pine 

1850     Cedar   18   1 

1900     Bav 1001 

Sharon,  S  "f  Abatraz  av  fin 
College  av  W  to  Oolbj  . 
n  t  Numbered. 
I     Uejp  a\. 
M    niton. 
MlinNtn  una     and 

Sutter     fin    Shattuek    a\     W 

Adt  1  ne    (al- 
bio  k  K  .     i   a>). 

n  t  Hoabered. 

Shattuek  av. 

•  r 
drove. 

eoe> 

A<1«  ' 
Hlinllink   Av,  from  V 

i  .iph   a\ . 

seventh. 

Alpine 
Trlitma. 
Plumas, 
ma. 

SIlRJlta. 

ter. 
Mono. 


Merced  a  v. 
Mariposa  av. 
Benton. 
Shell    Mound,  W of  King, 

East  Oakland. 
East.         Street.  West. 

600    Livingston 601 

550     lientiis  ......  - .   551 

Frederick 501 

Sherman  Av,  bet  Thirty- 
i  and  Grant  av  im  Tele- 
graph av  B  to  G 

Not   Numbered. 
Short,  N  of  Goss  fm  Pine  I 
t»  Bav. 

8'K)     Pine   1801 

Division 

I  edar    

Hay    1901 

Shuey  Lane,  fm  S  s  of  E 
Twenty-seventh  W  uf  Fruit- 
vale  a\  B 
Silver,  bet  Gold  and  Dia- 
mond fm  Moss  av  N  to 
West  •  Not  Numbered. 
Simp-on  Av.  bet  Twenty- 
third  fin  Grove  E  to  Tele- 
graph av. 

Numbered  from 
Telegraph  av  500. 
Sixteenth  Av.  E  of  Fif- 
-v   fm    San   Ant  nio 
It  Twenty-; 
a  reet. 

100    East  Twelfth 1101 

•  Fourteenth..    .1201 

south  1251 

1300  enth  ...  .1301 

•oi  nth.. 

at  Twentieth   1501 

Sixteenth.    N  Oi    Fifteenth 
fm   Telegraph   av    \V   to  the 

<t.  South. 

500    Telegraph  av 501 

B  •   Pablo  av 

<  l.\ 551 

601 

650     I  651 

-to 701 

-h    751 

801 

901 

951 



: 

lioi    Ci  eetnut   

i  ne 1151 

.  nuUa 

1250    Union 

L80Q    Pophu 1301 

Hirkham   

i  \  press 

..    .1451 
1601 

Campbell 1051 

1700     Willow  1701 

I    .  1901 

Sixth   \\ .  B    I  i    • 

t  >     ■      S  to  I  .1-:   i 
t  ■  ti.. 
| 

i  ,-r  Ninth 

10oO  Mi     

•  i   aventh 

1101 

i  a»t  t  Ifteenth  1261 


1300    East  Sixteenth 1301 

1350  East  Seventeenth. . .  1351 

1400    East  Eighteenth 1401 

1450  East  Nineteenth   ...1451 

Sixth,  het  Fifth  and  S  venth 

fm  Lake  Merritt  W  to  Market. 

North.        Street.  South 

50    Fallon 51 

100    Oak   1"1 

150    Madison 151 

200    Jackson '201 

250    Alice 251 

300     Harrison 301 

350     Webster 351 

400     Franklin 401 

450    Broadway 451 

500    Washington   501 

550    Clav 551 

600    Jefferson  601 

650    Grove 651 

700    Castro 701 

750    Brush 751 

Market. 

Sonoma,  het  Plumas  and 
Shasta  from  E  s  Shattuck 
av  W  to  Adeline. 

N<«t   Numbered. 

Shattuck  ay. 

Dover. 

Grove. 

Genoa. 

Calais. 

Adeline. 

South    Water    Front, 

S  of  Water  fm  Lake  Merritt 
to  Market  (projected). 

Spruce,  East  Oakland,  bet 
Pine  and  Oak  N  s  of  Pros- 
pect. Numbered. 
Lincoln. 

Excelsior. 

Stanley,  bet  Menlo  and 
Mariposa  av  fm  Dover  W  to 
Adeline. 

Not  Numbered. 
Dover. 
Grove. 
Adeline. 
Stevens,  East  Oakland,  fm 
Count}  Road  N. 

Numbered. 
Duncan. 
Hopkins. 
Wilson. 
Millbury. 
Stone,  E  of  Lake  Merritt  f  m 
Broukyn  to  Prospect. 
Numbered. 
Brooklyn. 
Peralta. 
String:,    bet     Thirty-eighth 
and  Fortieth  N  of  Summer 
fm  Adeline  NE  one  block. 
Strode.    (See  Fifth  av.) 
Sn  lli  van        (See      East 

Twenty-third.) 
Summer,  E  s  of  Claremont 
av  N  of  junction  with  Tele- 
graph av  E. 

Not  Numbered. 
Claremont. 
First  av,  Temescal. 
Second  av,  Temescal. 
Third  av,  Temescal. 
Summer,    N    of    junction 
of   Thirty-eighth  and    Ade- 
line NE  one  block. 

Not  Numbered. 
Summit  At,  Glen    Echo 
Tract,  E  of  Webster  av. 


Summit,  bet  Telegraph  av 
and  Webster  fm  Prospect  N 
to  Hawthorn  av. 

Numbered. 

1950  Prospect 1951 

Orchard. 

Summit,  East  Oakland,  W 
of  Union.         Numbered. 
Lincoln. 
Montgomery. 
Grant. 
Clinton. 
Sumter,   E  of  New  Broad- 
way fm  Anderson. 
Surrhyne,  W  of  Gladding 
fm  A  to  B. 

100    A  101 

200     B 201 

Sutter,     bet     Sh;.sta     and 
Menlo  fm  Shattuck   av  W  to 
San    Pablo     av;     also    two 
blocks  E  8  of  Tehgraph  av. 
Not  Numbered. 
Shattuck  av. 
Dover. 
Grove. 
Genoa. 
Calais. 
Adeline. 
Sycamore,  bet  Twenty-fifth 
and    Twenty-sixth   fm     San 
Pablo  av  W  to  Telegrap'i  a\. 
North.     Street.  South. 

500    Telegraph  av 501 

650    Grove   651 

San  Pablo  av. 

Nan  Pablo  Av,  fm  junc- 
tion of  Fourteen  h  &  Broad- 
way Sts  northerly  to  West 
Berkeley. 

1200    Fourteenth,  east  side. 

1251    Fifteenth,  west  side. 

1300    Sixteenth. 

1350    Seventeenth. 

1400     Eighteenth. 

1450  Nineteenth, or  Frederick, 

east  side. 

1451  Curves,  west  side. 
1476     Williams,  east  side. 
1501    Grove,  west  side. 

1500    Twentieth, or  Delger.east 
side. 
Grove,  west  side. 

1526    Twenty-first,  or  Hobart, 
east  side. 

1551    Twenty-first,  west. 

1570    Jones,  east. 

1600     Twenty-second,  or  Char- 
ter. 

1625     Brush,  west  side. 

1650    Locust. 

1700    Twenty-fourth,  or  Elm, 
east  side. 

1750    Twenty-fifth,  or  Laurel, 
east  side. 

1776    Sycamore,  east  side. 

1800    Twenty-sixth,  east  side. 
Milton,  west  s  de. 

1826     Park,  east  side. 

1825    Twenty  -  seventh,    west 
side. 

1900    Twenty -eighth,  or  Wal- 
lace, east  side. 
Twenty -eighth,  west  s'd. 

1950     Twenty-ninth,  or  Alden. 

1975    Market,  west  side. 

2000  Thirtieth,  or  Campb  11, 

east  side,  junction  of 
Market. 

2001  Thirtieth,  west  side. 
2060    Thirty-first,  east  side. 


2051    Myrtle,  west  side. 
I  21  0    Thirtv -second,  east  side. 
2101    Twenty-second,  west  s'd. 

Brockhurst,  east  side. 
2150    Thirty-third,  or    Nolan, 

east  side. 
2201    Tiiii  t\  -  ourth .  west  side. 
22)0    Thirty-fourth, or  Brown, 
east  side. 

2250  Thirty-fiith,   or  Walton, 

east  side. 
Thirty-sixth,  or    Logan. 
Telegraph  Av.  fm  junc- 
tion  of  Bio  <lway  and  Six- 
teenth,    running    northerly 
to  East  Berkeley. 
1300     Sixteenth. 
1350    Seventeenth. 
14U0    Eighteenth,  east  side,  or 

Durant. 
1451     Nineteenth,     west  side, 
or  Fi  ederick. 

14  East  ski    Williams. 
1"00    Twentieth,  or  Delger. 
155  1    Twenty-first   or  Hobart. 
1576     Jones,  we4  side. 

1600  Walnut,  east  si  e. 

1601  Twenty-second,  or  Char- 

ter, v\e&t  side. 
1651    Simpson  av,  west  side. 
1650    Twenty-third,  or  Locust, 

east  .-ice. 
1701    Twenty-fourth,  or   Elm, 

weal  side. 
1750    Twenty-fiith,  or  Laurel, 

east  side. 
1801     Syi  amore,  west  side. 
1800    B.>   »'la(e,  east  side. 

15  >1    Knox,  west  side. 

19 '0     Merrimac,  east  side. 
1901     Albion    we»t  side. 
19  '1     Cdedonia  av,  west  side. 
950    Prospect  av,  east  side. 
2001     ihirtieth.  west  side. 
2000    Orchard,  east  side. 
2051     Thirty-first,  west  side. 
20.  6     Hawthorne  av,  east  side. 
2100    Toirty-second,  west  side. 

2200  Plymouth,  east  side. 

2201  Thirty-fourth,  or  Brown, 

urpct     Slllf1 

2251  Ttiity-rifth]  or  Walton, 
west  side 

2250    Edwards,  east  side. 

Thirty-sixth,  or  Logan. 

Taylor,     bet     Chase     and 

Seward  fm  Peralta  E  to  Bay. 

North.     St>eet.  South. 

1600     Peralta 1601 

167.0    Campbell 1651 

1700     Willow 1701 

1750     Wood 1751 

1800    Pine 1801 

1850    Cedar 1K51 

1900    Bay        1901 

Taylor.  East  Oakland.    (See 

Tenth  av.) 
T    liaina,   S  of  Plumas  fm 
Shattuck  av  W  to  Temescal 
Creek. 

Not  Numbered. 
Shattuck  av. 
Dover. 
Grove. 
Genoa. 
Calais. 
Temescal,   S  of  Birch   fm 
New    Broadway   E  to   Tele- 
graph a> . 

Not  Numbered. 
Broadway. 


76 


STREET    DIRECTORT. 


Diamond. 

I  l   Uer. 

Liberty. 

Second. 

Cherry. 

Maple. 
Tenth   Av,   E  of  Ninth  av 
fm    East    Tenth    N  to   East 
Twentieth. 

West. 

19  .0     Fast  Ninth 9."a 

100"     Fast  Tenth 1001 

1060    East  Eleventh   . ..   .1061 

1100     East  Twelfth lloi 

IS  10     East  Fourteenth  ..  .  *3f  1 

it  Fifteenth 1251 

18  0     Bast  Sixteenth  .    . 

1860    East  Seventeenth. .  1851 

1400       ast  Eighteenth.. 

14  0         -•  N  neteenth 1461 

Tenth.   N    of  Ninth    fin  E 
f r..nT       Lake   Merntt,  \V    to 
klta 
North.     Mreet.  South. 

50    Fallon    51 

100     Oak 101 

Hadison 151 

200    Jackson      801 

250     A  i  e 251 

Harrison 801 

i     351 

Franklin 401 

■jr."    Broadway  451 

600     Washington 501 

550    Cl.v 551 

60 »    Jrfterson     60 

650     Orove   651 

To     7<U 

Brush   751 

West   

900     .Market 

950     Mm  tie 

l  Filbert looi 

1060     Linden 1061 

lloo     (  lie-tnut 1101 

Adeline  1151 

1800    Magnolia 

Uniun 1261 

Poplar  1801 

i 

Hon  |     



1500  1501 

lta. 
Third    \  \  nd  at 

•  Eighth   N   to 
nth. 

i  West 

0o<>  til 

•  Ninth.    . 

1  I'M.  •  1101 

Third, 

I b    fm    Lake    I 

fa. 

I  ishlngtoo 

.  .   561 


600     Jeffersou 601 

650    Oiove 861 

700  Castro 701 

750  Brush 751 

900    Market 901 

Myrtle 961 

looo     l-ilbert 1001 

1050    Linden 1061 

lloo     Chestnut    1101 

ldi     Adeline 1151 

1200     Magnolia 1201 

1250     Union 126] 

1800    Poplar  130] 

1850    Kirkham 1351 

1400    Cypress 140] 

1460     Center   1461 

1 600    Chester 1501 

1.0     Henry    1551 

Lewis. 

Peralta. 
Third.      Temescal,      B      of 
Second  running  NE  fmTem- 
escaL 

X>t  Numbered. 

TeuiescaL 

Birch. 

Summer. 

Clifton. 

Hudson. 

Forrest. 

College 
Thirteenth      \v,    E    of 

Twelfth  av  fm  Bast  Eleventh 

NE  to  Peralta. 
Bast    Stn  West. 

1050    East  Eleventh 1051 

1100    East  Twelfth    L101 

120  »    Fast  Fourteenth 1201 

1260     East  Fifteenth  . 

1300     East  Sixteenth 1801 

I860    East  Sev  euteenth.  .1851 
1400  teenth. .   .1401 

1450     Best    Nineteenth.    .1451 
East  Twentieth.    . 
East  Twenty-first. 
•  ■         dl601 

n  Dty-third..l661 
,"00    Eaot  Twenty-fourth  1701 
dta. 
CoR       •  M  mga  Valley. 
Thirteenth,  N  ol  Twel  th 
tin  EFr<>Ut   nr  Lake  Merntt 
W  '  and  fn   (enter 

W  to  Pine. 
North.    SI  south. 

Fs    l.'ll 

100     "ik 101 

M  tdisou 11 

■  -   ■ 
LI     ■ 

800     Harris. <n    80] 

Webster 

iklio 

H  tsbington. 





701 
Brush 
M     ■ 
M   rkel 
1 

.1*01 

10 .0    Campbell     1861 

n  1701 

'   •  (laf  is  ,] 

I      ■ 

Thirtieth   \  1    or  Julia, 

!       I   Twcnu   ninth  »v. 


Thirtieth,     bet     Twenty- 
>■  jthtfa  and  Thirtv-seeond  fm 
Telegraph  av  W  to  Peralta. 
North.     Street.  South. 

500    Telegraph  av 501 

650     Gro\  e 651 

BOO     West  801 

900     Market  and  S  P  av. .  901 

960     Mvrtle   951 

1000    Filbert 1001 

1050    Linden 1051 

1100    Chestnut 1101 

1150     Adeline 1151 

1200     Magnolia 1201 

1250     Union    1251 

Poplar  and  Peralta. 
Thirty-eighth,  fm  Tele- 
graph  av    W    to  Adeline  nr 
junction  of  San  Pablo  av. 
Not   Numbered. 
Telegraph  a\ . 
Crw\e. 
West 
Market. 
Thirty -lirst.    N    of   Thir- 
tieth nn  Telegraph  av  W  to 
San  Pablo  ai . 
North.     Street.  South. 

500    Telegraph  av 501 

650    Grove 651 

'•Vest B01 

900     Market 901 

San  Pablo  a\. 
Thirty-fourth,   bet 
Thirty-second     and     Thirty- 
sixth    m  Telegraph  av  W  to 
P  i.tlta. 

50u    Telegraph  av 501 

a 

West         801 

900     Market 901 

-  at  and  Linden.. 1051 

1100    Chestnut 1101 

1160    Adeline     1151 

1200    Magnolia 1201 

Peralta. 
Thirty  ninth  or  tjtaanr, 
tin  Telegraph  ■     P 
line. 

•   Numbered. 
graph  a\ . 
tii  "\  e. 
s\( 

Market. 
Thirty    second,      N     of 
t  \  -first  tin   I\  [<      I 
w  •     p 
North     Street.  tth. 

i'.  1  graph  av 



-00     Wesl  

M 

-  1     Pablo  av 

1000    Filbert 

Linden  ,    ... 

1100     Chestnut..      . 

1160    Adeline 

lis 

1251 
.lta. 
Thirty  -«  v  rnth,  fn 

ipn  u\    w  Pablo 

.!>.  red. 
h  av. 

Wi 

Pablo  a\ . 
Thirty    -ixtli     1    I  o-nn 
undart  1  It)  line  fm  Tel- 
.;  1 1  at  W  to  Pt  ralta. 


STREET     DIRECTORY. 


77 


North.     Street.  South. 

500    Telegraph  av 501 

6>0    Grose 651 

800     West 801 

900     Market SOI 

1100    S  1'av  and  Chestnut. lit.  1 

1150     Adeline Ill 

Per  lta  &  Magnolia. 
Thompson.  S  of  Norm  fm 
Mouh  .    to  Polhy. 

N  'i  Ntmnhererl. 
Thorit    1  et  Lilly  and  Rose 
fm    R»ci;  e    crujaiua     ice 
graph  a\ .     Not  ^  u        kj. 

Todd,  b«*  22eK.ee  a.i  .  Felton 
bey  E  s  of  orove  uuiiuiiuiiig 
\\\o  San  Pablo  as. 
Not  Numbered. 

Grove. 

Adeliue  av. 

Genoa. 

Calais. 

Third  av,  Temescal. 

Baker. 

Herzog. 

San  Pablo  av. 

Twelfth  Av,  E  of  Eleventh 
av  fm  Ease  ienth  NE  to  East 
Twentieth. 
East.        Street.  West. 

1000    East  Tenth 1001 

1050     Eat  Eleventh 1051 

1100     East  Twelfth 1101 

1200     East  Fourteenth  . .  .1201 

1250     East  Fifteenth 1251 

1300     East  Sixteenth 1301 

1350  East  Seventeenth  ..1351 
1400  East  Eighteenth ....  1401 
1450     East  Nineteenth 1451 

Twelfth,  N  of  Eleventh  fm 

Lake  Merritt  W  to  the  bay. 
North.        Street.  South. 

50  Fallon 51 

100  Oak 101 

150  Madison 151 

200  Jackson 201 

250  Alice 251 

300  Harrison   301 

350  Webster 351 

400  Franklin 4ol 

450  Broadway ....   451 

500  Washington 501 

550  \Jlav 651 

600  Jefferson 601 

650  Grove 051 

700  Castro 701 

750  Brush 751 

800  West S01 

900  Market 901 

950  Mmle 951 

1000  Filbert 1001 

1050  Linden 1051 

1100  Chestnut 1101 

1150  Adeliue   1151 

1200  Matrnolia  1201 

1250  Union ..1251 

1300  Poplar 1301 

,350  Kirkham 1351 

1400  Cypress 1401 

1450  Center 1451 

1500  Chester 1501 

1600  Peralta 1601 

1650  Campbell 1651 

1700  Wdlow 1701 

1750  Wood 1761 

1800  line 1801 

1850  Cedar 1851 

1900  Bav 1901 

Twentieth  Av,  E  of  Nine- 
teenth av  fm  East  Eleventh 
NE  to  East  Twenty-first. 


East.        Street.  West. 

1050  East  Eleventh 1051 

1100  East  Twelfth 1101 

1200  hast  F-.u.teenth.  ..1201 

1250  East  Fifteenth 1251 

1300  East  Sixteenth 1301 

1350  East  Seventeenth  . .  1351 

1450  East  Nineteenth. .  ..1451 

1500  East  Twentieth 1501 

Twentieth,  N  of  Nine- 
teenth fm  Lake  Merritt  W 
to  Market  and  fm  w  s  of 
Market  N  of  Twenty-first 
W  to  the  Bay. 
North.         Street.  South. 

300     Harrison     301 

350    Webster 35! 

400    Kranklin 401 

450     Broadway 451 

500    Telegraph  av 501 

650    San  Pablo  av 651 

650    Grove 651 

700    Castro 701 

750     Biush 751 

800     West   801 

850    Curtis 851 

900    Market 901 

950    Myrtle 951 

1000    Filbert 1001 

1050    Linden 1051 

1100    Chestnut 1101 

1150    Adeline  1151 

1200    Magnolia 1201 

1250    Union 1251 

1300    Poplar 1301 

1350     Kirkham   1351 

Cypress 

1600     Peralta   1601 

1650    Campbell   1651 

1700     Willow 17<)1 

1750     Uood 1751 

1800     Pine 1801 

1850    Cedar 1851 

1900     Bay 1901 

Tw»nty-eighth,     bet 

Twenty-sixth   and  Thirtieth 

fm  Telegraph  av  W  to  Beach. 

North.        Street.  South. 

500    Telegraph  av 501 

650    Grove 651 

850    San  Pablo  av 851 

900    Market  901 

950    Mvrtle 951 

1000     Filbert 1001 

1050     Linden   IOoj 

1100    Chestnut 1101 

1150     Adeline 1151 

1200    Magnolia 1201 

1250    Union 1251 

1300    Poplar 1301 

1600  'Peralta 1601 

Hubbard. 
Halleck. 

Twenty-fifth    or     Lau- 
rel, bet  Twenty -fourth  and 
Twenty -sixth   fm   Broadway 
W  to  San  Pablo  av. 
North         Street.  South. 

450    Broadway 451 

650    Grove 651 

San  Pablo  av 

Twenty -first   A  v.  E   of 
Twentieth  av  fm   East  Elev- 
enth NE  to  East  Thirtieth. 
East.         Street.  Wesx. 

1050     East  Eleventh   1051 

1100     East  Twelfth 1101 

1200     East  Fourteenth  ...   1201 

1250     East  Ffteenth      1251 

1300    East  Sixteenth 1301 

1350    East  Seventeenth. . .  1351 


1450  East  Nineteenth ....  1451 

1500  East  Twentieth  ...    .1601 

1550  East  Tw  nty-first  .1551 

1600  E  8tTwentv-secondl601 

1650  East  Twenty  third   .1651 

1  00  East  Twenty -fourth  1701 

1750  East  Twenty -fifth  . .  .1  51 

18'i0  East  Twenty-sixth . .  1S01 

1850  E.  Tweitv-seventh  1851 

1900  E.  Twentv-eijfbth    .1901 

1950  E.  Twenty-ninth  .  .  .1951 

Twenty-first,  N  of  Twen- 
tieth fm  N.  Broadway  W  to 
Market. 
North.        Street.  South. 

Broadway. 

500    Telegraph  av 501 

650    Grove 651 

6  0    San  Pablo  av  651 

750     Brush ,..7&l 

80i     West 801 

850    Curtis 851 

900    Market     901 

Twentj'-fourth   Av,  E 

of  Twenty  third  av  fm  East 

Eleventh  NE  to  city  line. 

East.         Street.  West. 

1050    East  Eleventh..     .  1051 

1100    East  Twelfth 1101 

1 200     East  Fourteenth 1201 

1250    East  Fifteenth.    ..    .1251 

1300     East  Sixteenth 1301 

13>0  East  Seventeenth.  .1351 
1450    East  Nineteenth  ...1451 

1500     East  Twentieth 1501 

1550    East  Twenty  -first. .  .1551 

Twenty- third  Av,  E  of 
Twenty-second  av  fm    East 
fa  leventh  NE  to  city  line. 
East.       Street.  West. 

Oho    East  Eleventh 601 

1050     East  Twelfth     1051 

1200     East,  Fourteenth  ...  1201 

1250    East  Fifteenth 1251 

1300    East  Sixteenth 13  >l 

1350  Ea*t  Seventeenth  1351 
1450  East  Nineteen tli....  1451 
1500  East  Twentieth.  ..  1501 
15)     East  Twenty-first.  ..1551 

Twenty-fourth  or  £lm, 
bet  Twenty-third  and  Twen- 
ty-fifth fin  city  line  W  to  San 
Paul  >  a\  and  fm  Market  to 
the  Bay. 
North.  *     Street.  South. 

350     Webster 351 

450     Broadway 451 

Valley      

500    Telegraph  av 501 

650    Grove 651 

San   Pablo  av 

900    Market 901 

950    Mvrtle 951 

000     Filbert 1001 

1050    Linden 1051 

1100    Chestnut 1101 

1150     Adeline   1151 

12  h>    Ifagnolia 1201 

1250     Union    1251 

1300    Poplar 1301 

1350     Kirkham 1351 

1600     Peralta 1601 

1650    Campbell 1651 

1700     Wi  low 1701 

1750     Wood 1751 

1S00     Pine 1S01 

1850    Cedar in>i 

Twenty-second.  Av,  E 
of  Twenty-first  av  fm  East 
Eleventh  NE  to  East  Twenty- 
first. 


78 


STREET   DIBECTORY. 


Bast  Street                West. 

650    EastEleventh 551 

600  East  Twe.fth.     ...  601 

700  East  Fourteenth    . .  701 

750     East  Fifteenth 751 

800    East  Sixteenth 801 

860  East  Seventeenth  . .  851 

1000  Ea9t  Nineteenth... .1001 

1050     East  Twentieth 1051 

Twenty-second,     N     of 

Tvveut\  -first  fm  Lake  Merritt 
to  the  bay,  E  of   San   Fa  bio 
av  called  Charter,  E  of  Tele- 
graph av  call,  d  Walnut. 
North.     Street.  South. 

250    \Va\  oi  lv  Place 251 

276     V.dJez 275 

3>0     We  ster 3">0 

400    Franklin 401 

450    Broadway 4  1 

5iK)    Telegraph  av 501 

650    Grove   651 

San  Pablo  av   

750    Brush      751 

800     West 801 

8  0    Curtis 

900    Marke  901 

950    Myrtle   .     951 

1000     Filbert 1001 

1050    Linden 1051 

lioo    Chestnut 1101 

1150     Adeline   1151 

Magnolia  1201 

Union 1251 

1300     Poplar 1301 

16o0     Peral-a 16(H 

1650    Campbell 1651 

170)     Willow   1701 

W  i.)d 1751 

18  "O     Pine 1H01 

18.)0    Cedar 

1900     Bay   1901 

Twenty-sixth   N    I 
in   re  tin  Ci  uve  W  bo  H 

Street.  South. 

<;ro\e  

800     W,->t     

850    San  Pablo  av 

Market 9  5 

Mm  tie 

1000    Filbert 

Linden 

1100    I  hestnnt 

line 1151 

nulia 1201 

12  1 





: 

W  II  rW. 

. 

. 

T  *  «•  ntj      (hi  i   .1 

i  Twi  nt  \  • 

I 

I 

■ 

Tirrnt)   third      i      i.<> 

>n-'  iph    n<     to 


Union,  East  Oakland,  N  fm 
Fourteenth  av  and  Lincoln . 
Lincoln. 
Montgomery. 
Grant. 
Clinton. 
County  road. 
Duncan. 
Hopkins. 
Wilson. 
Millbury. 
I'nion,     bet    Magnolia    and 
Poplar  fm  First  N  to  Peralta. 
East.        Street.  We>t. 

600    First 61 

700    Third   701 

800     Fifth 801 

850    Seventh 851 

900     Eighth 901 

1000    Tenth 1001 

1100    Twelfth   1101 

1200    Fourteenth 1201 

1300    Sixteenth ..1301 

H00     Eighteenth 1401 

1450    Nineteenth 1451 

1500    Twentieth 1501 

1600    Twenty-second lo  II 

100    Twenty -fourth 1701 

1800    Tr^utj-fluctti 1801 

1900-   Twenty-eighth 19<H 

2000    Thirtieth 2001 

2100     Toirty-,econd 2101 

Peralta. 
Valdez,    E   of    Webster   fm 
Walnut  or  Twenty-second  N". 
Not   Numbered. 
Valdez,  East  Oakland,  W  of 

Kennedy. 
North.         Street.  South. 

650     Livingston 651 

6i'0     Dennison 601 

650     Frederick 651 

Vallccito  Av   E  s  Blair  av 

N  of  Piedmont  av. 
Vail    y.     bet    Tele.'raph   av 
and  Broadway  N  fm  Twenty- 
mil  to  Twenty-fourth. 

2     Twenty-second 3 

50     Twenty  third 51 

Vernal    Av,   end  of    Blair 
av,  Piedmont. 

N  't  Numbered. 
Voriion.  r  of  Pleasant  Val 
ley  a\  tin  Cottaia 

•  Numbered. 
Vernon,    F   of    (Ukland  av 

fm  I 

Wrnon,  N  of  Birch  fin 

•  Number*    ! 

•  cr. 
Diamond. 

Virt'iilf,  F  of  Telegraph  av 
i  in  (  t  av  N. 

'    NilinNcu 

sh 

Mir   mla. 
Villa    Av,  hit  WnriN  ! 

-  M  Pablo  av 

w 

•Ifth,  N.  Oakland, 
i. 
Tenth, 

tli.  •• 

•h, 


Trotting  Park. 
Walker  Av,   bet   Auburn 
and  Fortv-third   fm  Adeline 
W  to  Oakland  Trotting  Park. 
Not  Numbered. 
Adeline. 
San  Pablo  a  v. 
Watte 

Trotting  Park. 
1»  alker.  East  Oakland.  (See 

Thirteenth, av.) 
Wallace.     (See  Twenty- 
eighth.) 
Walnut  (See  Twenty-first.) 
Wa  Is  worth  Av.  fm  Pros- 
pect E  of  New  Rr<  adwaj  N  E. 
•  Numbered. 
Walton,    S    of  Thirty-sixth 
fm   Telegraph  av  W  to  San 
P.it  1 
North.        Street.  South. 

500     Telegraph  av 501 

Grove 651 

800     West   

300    Market 901 

Warren,  fm  Fruit  Vale  av  S 
of  Railroad  a\  E  to  High. 
N   t  Numbered. 
Washington.  W  of  Broad- 
way im  First  to  Fourteenth. 
Ea.-.t.         Street.  West. 

6J0    First 005 

6>0    Second 651 

700     Third   701 

750     Fourth 75] 

SOI 

826     Sixth    

850    Seventh 

9»0     Elfhth 901 

950     Ninth 9.1 

100  >    Tent  i     1001 

1050     Eleventh   105] 

lioO    Twelfth   1101 

1150     Thirteenth 1161 

12  0    Fourteenth.  1201 

W  a  S  h  i  iiftnn  Square, 
bet    East   Twelfth   ami 
Fourteenth  and  Seventh  and 
E  ighth  ava. 

Washington.    Bad     Oak- 
land, 1111    Fruit  Vale  av  N  of 
Putnam  E  to  High. 
N  >t  Nnrabei  ed. 

Wash!  net*  a,    1 
la  ;  a  ei  th.) 

».  nter,  H       First  fm  I 
Mci  1  nt   w   to   Market  (pro- 
• 

Wiilion  a   Merritt 

In  in    \i  liol   1.  nr   Fourth  av 

klyn. 
Pel  >lta. 

Pr    I 
Wat  «  -  merj  and    Har- 

lan 1111  I  1  k. 

Numbered. 
n  1      1  Buona 

\\     ]!.. 
r.  11  . 

Wnviil.i  .    1     of    Val  'i-7.  fm 
1  ntv  third 
M 

•\   third 

Wa>  ii<-  \ \    1 
Pi    di     H 
Lake  Nhora  ai  1 

Wrbstrr,   het    ll.ur      nand 


STREET     DIRECTORY. 


79 


760    Atlantic 751 

Franklin  fm  S  water  front  N 
to  Hawthorn. 
East.        Street.  West. 

550    South  Water  Front.  551 

600    First 601 

660    Second 651 

700    Third 701 

750    Fourth 751 

800    Fifth 801 

826    Sixth 825 

860    Seventh 851 

900    Eightn 901 

950     Ninth 951 

1000    Tenth 1001 

1050    Eleventh 1051 

1100    Twelith 1101 

1150    Thirteenth 1151 

1200    Fourteenth 1201 

1400    Eighteenth 1401 

1500    Twentieth     15J1 

1600    Walnut  or  Twenty- 
second  1601 

1650  .Twenty-third  or  Lo- 
cust   1651 

1700    Twentv-fo'th  or  Elm  1701 
1760    Twenty-fifth  or  Lau- 
rel  1751 

1800    New  Broadway.    ..  1801 
1800    Junction  Bay  "Place.  180 1 

1900    Mernmac  Place 1901 

1950     Prospect 1951 

2000    Orchard 2001 

Hawthorn. 

Webster,  East  Oakland. 
(See  East  Eighteenth.) 

Webster  or  Cemetery 

Av.fm  junction  New  Broad- 
way at  Hawthorn,  NE  to 
Cemetery. 

Not  Numbered. 

Broadway. 

Mason. 

Booth. 

Gaskell. 

John. 

Mather. 

West,  E  of  Market  fm  Sixth 

N  to  Twenty-second  and  fm 

Twenty-sixth  E  of  San  Pablo 

av  N  to  Forty-eighth. 

East.        Street.  West. 

600    Sixth 601 

850  Seventh .  851 

900  Eighth  901 

950  Ninth 951 

1000     Tenth 1001 

1050     Kiev  nth 10  1 

1100    Twelfth... 1101 

1150    Thiiteenth 1151 

1200    Fourteenth    1201 

1250    Fifteenth 1251 

1300    Sixteenth 1301 

13=i0    Seventeenth 1351 

1400    Eighteenth 1401 

1450    Nineteenth 1451 


1500    Twentieth 1501 

1526    Twenty-first 1525 

1550    Lydia 1551 

1600    Twenty-second 1601 

1800    Twenty-sixth  1801 

1850    Twenty-seventh...    1851 

1900    Twenty-eighth 1901 

1950    Twenty-ninth 19.il 

2000    Thirtieth 2001 

2050    Thirty-first 2051 

2100    Thirty-second 2101 

2126    Brockhurst 2125 

2150    Thirty-third 2151 

2200    Thirty-fourth 2201 

2250    Thirty-fifth 2251 

Thirty-sixth. 

Thirty-seventh. 

Thirty-eighth. 

Apgar. 

Thirty-ninth. 

Fortieth  or  Evoy  av. 

Forty-first. 

Forty-second. 

Forty-third. 

Forty-fourth. 

Forty-fifth. 

Forty-sixth. 

Forty-seventh. 

Tehama. 

West    Eleventh.     (See 
Eleventh  fm  Kirkham  W  to 
Center.) 
West  Ninth.     (See  Ninth 

fm  Kirkham  to  Peralta.) 
Weston  Av,  continuation 
of   Thirty-eighth  N  of  Moss 
av  fm  Telegraph  av  Eto  New 
Broadway.     Not  numbered. 

Telegraph  av. 

Pearl. 

Ruby. 

Gold. 

Silver. 

Diamond. 

Broadway. 

Wiards    L^ane,  bet   Villa 

av  and  Auburn  fm  San  Pablo 

W  to  Oakland  Trotting  Park. 

Not  Numbered. 

William,  S   of  Seventh   w 

s  of  Peralta  to  Bay. 
North.       Street.     '        South. 

1600     Peralta 1601 

1650    CaTiipbell   1651 

1700    Willow 1701 

1750    Wood 1751 

1800     Pine 1801 

1850    Cedar 1851 

1900     Bay 1901 

William.  (See  Nineteenth.) 

500     Telegraph 501 

Willow.  W  of  Campbell  fm 
Pacific    N    to     Beach    and 
Twenty-eighth. 
East.        Street.  West. 

Pacific. 


800    William 801 

850    Seventh 851 

876    Goss  875 

900     Eighth 001 

Chase. 
Taylor. 

1000    Seward 1001 

1050    Lincoln 1051 

1100    Twelfth 1101 

1150    Thirteenth 1151 

1200    Fourteenth 1201 

1250    Fifteenth   1251 

1300    Sixteenth 1301 

1400     Eighteenth 1401 

1500    Twentieth 1501 

1600    Twenty-second 1601 

1700    Twenty-fourth 17j§1 

1800    Twenty -sixth 1801 

Beach. 

Wilson,  bet  Millbury  and 
Hopkins  e  a  of  Moraga 
Valley  road . 

Union. 

Putnam. 

Stevens. 

Wood,  bet  Willow  and  Pine 

fm  Pacific  N  to  A. 
East.        Street.  West. 

Pacific. 

750    Atlantic 751 

800     William 801 

S50    Seventh 851 

876    Goss   875 

900    Eighth 901 

Chase. 
Taylor. 

1000    Seward 1001 

1050    Lincoln 1051 

1100    Twelfth 1101 

1150    Thirteenth 1151 

1200    Fourteenth 1201 

1300    Sixteenth   . .   1301 

1400    Eighteenth 1401 

1500    Twentieth   1501 

1600    Twenty-second 1601 

1700    Twenty-fourth 1701 

1800    Twenty-sixth 1801 

A 

Yerba  Bnena  Av,  N  oi 

B,  fm  San  Pablo  av  N  to  the 
Bay. 

Not  Numbered. 

San  Pablo  av. 

Emery. 

Watts. 

Harlan. 

Haven. 

Hull  is. 

Holden. 

Horton. 

Hubl'ard. 

Halleck. 

Beach . 

Gladdinjj. 

Bay. 


SUPPLEMENTAL-OAKLAND. 

Atkinson  Geo  W,  electric  belts,  470  Thirteenth,  res  same 
A.LWTN  GAD,  general  merchandise,  Lorin 
BENEDICT,  RUDOLPH  &  CO  (Newton  Bene- 
dict and  W  F  Rndolph)  successors  to  Benedict,    Capell 
&  Co,  real  estate,  457  Ninth 
DELGEK  FREDERICK,    capitalist,    969  Broad- 
way, res  524  Nineteenth 
Derby  E  M  &  Co  (George    H    Payne    and    0    E   and   A    B 
Derby)  lumber  dealers,  yards  E  Oakland  and  Alameda, 
S.  F,"office  22  California 
DRUCKER'S  EXPRESS,    San  Francisco,  Oak- 
land  and  Fruit  Vale,  Howard   &   Conroy   proprietors, 
405  Eighth,  Oakland,  and  15  Market,  S  F 

EQUITY  BUILDING  AND  LOAN  AS- 
SOCIATION, J  B  McChesney  president,  G  A 
Willard  secretary,  1003  Washington 

FISH  M  W,  physician  and  surgeon,  461  E  Four- 
teenth, res  same 

Gallaway  Josie  Mrs,  res  Henry  House 

GARNER  &  SON  (Henry  and  Henry  AV)  butchers, 
SW  cor  Ninth  and  Webster 

Gillis  A  J,  real  estate  and  insurance,  466  Ninth,  res  1098 
Thirtieth 

Greub  Pauline  Miss,  clerk  J  Fischer,  res  814  Grove 

Holland  Henry  A,  auditor  Wells,  Fargo  and  Co,  S  F,  res 
809  Webster 

HOWARD  &  CONROY  (C  M  Howard  and  E  C 
Conroy)  Drucker's  Express,  S  F,  Oakland  and  Fruit 
Vale,  15  Market,  S  F,  and  405  Eighth,  Oakland 

Ingler  Edward,  machine  hand  Ingler  &  Atkinson,  res  316 
Seventh 

JURGENS  J  H,  groceries  and  provisions,  Golden 
Gate 

MCCORD  D  H,  butcher,  401  Tenth  and  971  Frank- 
lin, res  405  Tenth 


ALAMEDA. 

Colby    Hubbard,   entry  clerk  U  S  Custom  House,  res  1866 

San  Antonio  ave 
Colby   Willard,  clerk   Wells.  Fargo  &  Co  Express,  res  1866 

San  Antonio  ave 
COIDWEII  D  RUSSELL,  druggist  and  Wells, 

Fargo  A  Co'a  Express,  1501  Webster,  res  same 
Cole  Prank  (J  (Aldrioh  ft  Cole)  res  College  ave  nr  tbe  Ray 
Cole  Win,   fireman  8  1*  Co,  res   High  nr  the  Bay 


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Aaron  David,  p^dl^'r,  re#260  Eighth 

Abbay  James  N,  engineer  S  P  Co,  res  955  Willow 

Abbey  Alfred,  ragr  Eagle  Box  and  Manufacturing  Co,  res 

761  Fourteenth 
Abbey  Edgar  W,  bookkeeper,  S  F,res  1318  Castro 
Abbey  Frances  J  Mrs,  res  1318  Castro 
Abbey  Richard,  pres  Eagle  Box  and  Manufacturing  Co,  res 

1076  Fourteenth 

Abbott Mrs,  res  1309  Broadway 

Abbott  A  B,  res  1360  Grove 

Abbott  Adelbert  S,  Clerk,  S  F,  res  1360  Grove 

Abbott  A  F,  employe  S  P  Co,  res  The  Arlington 

Abbott  Carl  H,  student  Hastings  College  of  Law,  S  F,  res  118 

Eleventh 
Abbott  Clara  L  Miss,  teacher  Kindergarten,  res  1360  Grove 
Abbott  Clare  Miss,  res  1171  Broadway 
Abbott  Clyde  H,  clerk  E  R  Taylor,  res  1171  Broadway 
Abbott  C  W,  res  765  Sixth 
Abbott  Emma  Miss,  res  1171  Broadway 

Abbott  Frank,  clerk  W  H  Chamberlain,  res  1652  -Seventh 
Abbott  Granville  D,  clerk  S  P  Co,  res  US  Eleventh 
Abbott  Granville  S,  D  D,  agent  American  Baptist  Publica 

tion  Society,  res  118  Eleventh 
Abbott  Lottie  E  Miss,  student,  res  1360  Grove 
Abbott  Moses  A,  res  1360  Grove 
Abbott  Solon  M,  ladies'  hair  goods,  1171  Broadway,  res  535 

Eighteenth 
Abbott  S  M  Mrs,  ladies'  hair  goods,  1171  Broadway,  res  535 

Eighteenth 
Abbott  William   D,  painter,  res  Watts  cor  Forty-fifth,  Em- 
eryville 
Abel  Geo  H,  farmer,  res  668  Sixteenth 
Abele  M  Mrs,  midwife,  res  857  Chester  


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Abell  Gerald  L,  compositor  Pacific   Press  and  citv  number- 

ei\  res  192S  Filbert 
ABELL  IRVING  L,  journalist,  res   373  Thirteenth 
A  hell  J  M  Mrs,  res  192S  Filbert 
Aber  Xellie  Miss,  tailor  ess,  res  30S  Seventh 
Abercrombie  A  B,  clerk,  res  Weber  Hotel 
Abernethy  Annie  E  Miss,  res  578  Thirteenth 
Abernethy  Henry,  blacksmith,  S  F,  res  1359  Eighteenth 
Able  Charles,  heater  Judson  Manufacturing  Co.  res  Halleck    [fpu 

nr  Park  ave  ^*" 

Abraham  A.  capitalist,  res  The  Olive 
Abrahams  John,  peddler,  res  Peralta  ave,  Fruit  Vale 
Abrahamson   Bros   (Hugo  &  Julius)  drv   and  fancy  goods, 

1121-1123  Broadway 
Abrahamson  Hugo  (Abrahamson  Bros)  res  S  F 
Abrahamson  Julius  (Abrahamson  Bros)  res  cor  Fourteenth 

and  Jefferson 
Abrahamson  Morris,  bookkeeper  Gordan  Bros,  res  S  F 
Abrego  Ysmael  M,  salesman,  S  F,  res  922  Chester 
Abreu  John  F,  laborer,  res  1011  E  Twenty-second 
Abreu  Manuel  F,  laborer,  res  1009  E  Twenty-second 
Abrott  Andrew,  teamster  H.  Schellhaas,  res  Emeryville 
Achard   Charles,  carriage  trimmer,  367  Eleventh,  res   same 
Achard  Charles  N,  res  367  Eleventh 
Achard  Laura,  dressmaker,  res  367  Eleventh 
Achard  William   L,  clerk  W   S   &  0  T  Co,  res  367  Eleventh   ^ 
A ckens   George  E,  bootmaker  Turner  &    Poirier,  res  1162 

Seventh 
Acker  E  M,  carpeter  R  R  shop 

Ackerman  A  C,  carpenter  W  TVeitch,  res  Areata  House 
Ackerman     Albert    II,   crockery,    glass    ware,   and    house 

hold   goods,  L003   Broadway,  res  B08  Tenth 
Ackerman  Flora  Miss,  res  808  Tenth  & 

Ackerinao  Fred  A,  conductor  S  P  Co.  res  1121  Twelfth 
Ackerman  Hart,  res  ^,,s  Tenth 
Ackerman  James,  employe    Judson  Manufacturing  Co,  res  C£ 

Park  ave  nr  Hubbard.  Emeryville 
Ackcnnan  Jacoh,  employe  Judson   Manufacturing  Co,  res 

Park  Exchange  I  [otel 
Ackerman  Sec  (Conk  iV  Ackerman)  8  F,res  v,ls  Tenth. 
Acme  Athletic  <  Hub,  305  Fourteenth 
Ac,,,,-  Bath  Co,  E    D  Ormshy  pres,  C    E   Gilletl   Bee,  L055 

Broadway 
Acme  Saloon,  Albeit  Olander propr,  <»2,.»  East  Twelfth 
Adair  Annie  M  i  Brayton  Block 

Adamina  Felix,  painter,  sln  Twenty-ninth 

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qo         Adamina  J  &  Co  (Joseph    and    Felix   Adamina)  house  and 


sign  painters,  res  820  Twenty-ninth 


tt         Adamina  Joseph,  painter,  820  Twenty-ninth 

w   -j  Adams ,  sawyer  Burnham  Standeford  Co,  res  363  Fifth 

^   Q  Adams  Adeline  Miss,  student,  res  1421   Sixteenth 

w     .  Adams  Albert,  apprentice    Wentworth  Boot  &  Shoe  Co,  res 

H   k  ;  1421  Sixteenth 

*-   tfl  Adams  B,  bartender,  res  1311  San  Pablo  ave 

u     ,  Adams  Bertram,  stenographer,  S  F,  res  568  Seventeenth 

•g    o  Adams  Bessie  G  Miss,  res  939  Filbert 

ADAMS-THE    C     F    ADAMS     HOME 

FURNISHING    HOUSE,    John    Humphrey 

manager,  1305  Telegraph  ave 
Adams  Charles  H,  engineer  S  P  Co,  res  1655  Seventh 
ADAMS  EDSON  MBS,  res  Bay  Place 
Adams  Edson  F,  res  Bav  Place 
Adams  E  D  Mrs,  res  366i  Twelfth 

Adams  E  F  Miss,  saleslady  G    A  Moss,  res  366^  Twelfth 
»?   <2  !  Adams  Elizabeth  Mrs,  res  682  Twenty-ninth 
Adams  Eliza  M  Mrs,  res  956  Myrtle 
Adams  E  M  (Holman  Packing  Co)  res  1374  Fifth 


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and   Twelfth,  res  1311  Clay 

Adams  George,  finisher  Michigan  Furniture  Co,  res  Com- 
mercial Union  Hotel 

Adams  Geo,  driver  Pioneer  Soda  Works,  res  1507  Twelfth 
ave 

Adams  Harry  H,  carpenter,  res  8.16  Twentv-first 

Adams  H  Mrs,  res  266  East  Twelfth 

ADAMS  HERBERT  L,  attorney-at-law  and 
agent  Pickens,  Fulton  &  Co  and  Wilber  Commercial 
Agency,  room  29,  957  Broadway,  res  room  23  Davis 
Block  NW  cor  Eleventh  and  Broadway 

Adams  J  A  D  Mrs,  Christian  scientist  568  Seventeenth,  res 
same 

Adams  James,  repairer  R  R,  shops,  res  945  Willow 

Adams  James  C,  res  939  Filbert 

Adams  John,  res  1254  Franklin 

Adams  John  Chas,  res  Bay  Place 

Adams  John  M,  salesman  Oakland  Lumber  Co,  res  575 
Twenty-fifth 

Adams  John  M,  plumber,  res  811  Willow 

Adams  John  S,  physician  NE  cor  Broadwav  and  Twelfth, 
res  1311  Clay 

G.  H.  KRIECHBAUM,  Dentist,  854^  BROADWAY 

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Adaros  Joseph,  shoemaker,  res  1421  Sixteenth 

Adams  Joseph  C  S  D,  Christian  scientist,  res  56S  Seven- 
teenth 

Adams  Josephine  M  Miss,  res  954  Broadway 

Adams  J  S  Mrs.  widow,  res  S60  Clay 

ADAMS  ORSON  B,  physician  and  surgeon  1014 
Broadway,  Telephone  229,  res  same 

Adams  Samuel,  employe  California  Door  Co,  res  w  s  Tele- 
graph ave  nr  Forty-eighth. 

Adams  Selby,  student,  res  949  Filbert 

Adams  T,  emyloye  California  Hosiery  Co,  res  523  Third 

Adams  Wallace,  driver,  res  615  East  Twenty-third 

Adams  Win  H,  barkeeper  Chas  Jurgens,  res  1311  San 
Pablo  ave 

Adamson  Margaret  Miss,  dressmaker,  res  (J$Q  Thirty-fourth 

Addington  A  M,  potter,  res  803  Isabella 

Addington  Charles,  res  S03  Isabella 

Addington  Martha  J  Mrs,  res  803  Isabella 

Addington  Thomas,  res  803  Isabella 

Addis  Robert  C,  fruit  peddler  G03  Webster,  res  S  F 

Adeline  Station,  waiting  room,  1156+  Seventh 

Adkins  Grant,  driver  Pacific  Pre.--,  res  714  Eleventh 

Adkins  Lillie  Mrs,  bookbinder  Pacific  Press,  res  714 
Eleventh 

Adkins  Martin  M,  driver  W  S  &  O  T  Co,  re-  577  Sycamore 

Adney  L  L  Mi-,  n  b  666  Thirty-third 

Adney  KG  J,  collecter  Singer  Manufacturing  Co,  res  666 
Thirty-third 

Adriance  John  C,  agent  California  Cracker  Co,  rea  B26 
Madison 

Adriance  Samuel  P>,  clerk  J  C  Adriance,  re-  51  1  Bast 
Fifteenth 

Aeg<  rt<  r  John  P,  gardener,  pes  1829  Union 

JETNA  INSURANCE  CO,  Alameda  County 
Branch,  X  \V  Winton   manager,  XK  cor  Eleventh  and 

JE TN A  MINERAL  WATER  CO.  1  R  Motl  A 

I  !o  ;iLr<-iit-.  1 361  Broadway 
Afifleck  — ,  baker  Domestic  Bakery,  res  w  -  Telegraph  ave  nr 

Forty-eighth 
African  M  E  Church,  Fifteenth  bel  West  and  Market 
AGARD  &  CO  (J  T  Agard,  .)  .1  Asjard  and  George  W 

itl  i  grocers  1 120  Broadway 
Agard  A  II.  physician  L104  Broadway,  res  1259  Alice 
ard  A  II.  clerk  Q  W  McKeand,ree  8  V 
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Agard  J  J  (Agard  &  Co)  res  1331  Filbert 

Agard  John  T  (Agard  &  Co)  res  573  Seventeenth 

Agard  Joseph  J,  adjuster  Hartford  Insurance  Co,  S  F,  res 
1331  Filbert 

Agard  Merta  V  Miss,  res  1331  Filbert 

Agers  Oscar  E,  hospital  nurse,  301  Second 

Agnew ,  res  504  Fifteenth 

Agnew  Francis  J,  student,  res  936  Filbert 

Agnew  Frank  B,  cashier,  S  F,  res  1001  Chester 

Agnew  John  J,  foreman  San  Francisco  Gas  Light  Co,  S  F, 
res  376  East  Fourteenth 

Agnew  Louis  F,  student,  res  936  Filbert 

Agnew  Nellie  Miss,  assistant  W  E  Brooks,  res  478  Twenty- 
first 

AGNEW  THOMAS,  manager  Anglo-Nevada  As- 
surance Corporation  of  San  Francisco,  465  Ninth,  res 
936  Filbert 

Agnew  Thos  J,  city  agent  Anglo-Nevada  Assurance  Corpor- 
ation, res  936" Filbert 

Agnew  W  P  Dr,  physician  and  surgeon,  1155  Broadway, 
res  same 

Agricultural  Insurance  Co.  of  New  York,  James  Gamble 
agent,  469  Ninth 

Agustus  Caroline,  seamstress,  res  1211  Eighteenth  ave 

Agustus  Domingo,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  1211  Eighteenth  ave 

Agustus  Domingo  Jr,  laborer,  res  1211,  Eighteenth  ave 

Ah  earn  Sarah,  domestic,  946  Myrtle 

Ahern  Con,  teamster  Mountain  View  Cemetery,  res  same 

Ahem  Daniel  J  (Kennedy,  Cruz  &  Co)  res  1214  Market 

Ahern  Mary  A  Miss,  dressmaker  Mrs  Johnson,  365  Twelfth 

Ahern  Mary  Ellen  Miss,  res  2901  Telegraph  ave 

Ahern  Michael,  miner,  res  885  Bay 

A'Hern  Minnie  Miss,  milliner  Mrs  N  Laymance,  res  1484 
San  Pablo  ave 

Ahern  Patrick,  laborer,  res  1614  Seventeenth 

Ahern  Peter,  carpenter,  res  912  Clay 

Ahern  Richard  H,  house  painter,  res  1263  Jefferson 

Ahern  Thomas,  carpenter,  res  577  Twentieth 

Ahlberg  A,  carpenter,  res  1777  Goss 

Ahlberg  Carl  F,  tailor,  S  F,  res  1  Maple 

Ahlberg  Christian,  laborer,    res  w  s  Claremont   ave    nr  Mi- 
randa 
Ahlgren  Elna  W  Miss,  domestic,  res  1724  Seward 
Ahrens  Clara  Miss,  clerk  Wm  Kirchner,  res  1108  Wood 
Ahrens  Detrick  N,  saloon,  S  F,  res  174  A 
Ahrens  George  M,  saloon,  S  F,  res  176  A 


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Ahrens  Jacob  H,  saloon,  S  F,  res  1108  Wood 

Ahrens  Katie  Miss,  res  176  A 

Aickley  William,  carpenter,  res  1129  East  Fifteenth 

Aiene  Lonis,  carpenter,  res  527  Sixteenth 

Aiken  Geo  E,  bootmaker  P  W  Westlake,  res  1162  Seventh 

Aiken    G   H,  physician  and   surgeon,  1155  Broadway,  res 

1416  Castro 
Aiken  James,  laborer   Judson    Manufacturing    Co,  res  244 

Hannah 
Aiken  Maggie  Miss,  cane    chairmaker  Industrial  Home  for 

the  Adult  Blind,  res  same 
Aiken  Robert,  engineer  S  P  Co,  res  1813  Short 
Aiken  N  J,  physician  and  surgeon,  office   and  res  667  Elev- 
enth 
Ainsworth  Alfred  G,    clerk    S    P   Co,    S   F,  res    1265  West 
Ainsworth  Annie  Mrs,  res  852  Eighteenth 
Ainsworth  Bros  (E  S  and  D  S)  grocers,  830  Fourteenth 
Ainsworth  Daisy  Miss,  res  Vernon  ave 
Ainsworth  D  S  (Ainsworth  Bros)  res  1006  Fourteenth 
Ainsworth  E  S  (Ainsworth  Bros)  res  830  Fourteenth 
Ainsworth  Frederick  W  (Pacific    Paper  Co,  S    F)  res  Glen 

Echo,  Piedmont  ave 
Ainsworth  George  J,  res  Pagoda  Hill,  Vernon  ave 
Ainsworth  Geo  L,  brakeman  S  P  Co,  res  852  Eighteenth 
Ainsworth  George  R  R,  grocer,  1701  Twelfth,  res  same 
Ainsworth  Harry  B,   student    University  of  California,   res 

Vernon  ave 
Ainsworth  John,  lumber  inspector,  1604  Seventh 
Ainsworth  John  C  Captain,  res  Vernon  ave 
Ainsworth  John  C  Jr,  student  University  of  California,  res 

Vernon  ave 
Ainsworth  May  C  Miss,  res  S52  Eighteenth 
Ainsworth     Wm     P,    clerk    Stocker    &    Holland,  res    s"»_> 

Eighteenth 
Aird  Andrew,  carpenter  S  P  Co,  res  360i Third 
AltkenGeO  E,  carpenter,  res  614  East  Seventeenth 

AKERLY  BENJAMIN    REV    D    D,  rector 

of  St  John's  Episcopal  Church,  res  r_M ,  Adeline 
AkeHv  Graham,  clerk,  res  1217  Adeline 
AKERXX  J  C  S,    physician    and    Sturgeon,    rooms  7 

and  s  Playter  Block,  <>lliee  hours  1  to  3,  7  to  8,  res  L247 

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Akerlv  Morris  K,  bookkeeper,  8  F.  res  L247  Adeline 

Akennan  I,  C,  watch  maker,    re>  844   West 

Akin  Andrew  J, carder  California  Hosiery  Co,  res  522  Sixth 


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ave  and  Forty-first,  res  662  Twenty-ninth 
Akins  Lyman  E,  bookkeeper,  S  F,  res  715  Tenth 
Akins  Seymour  L,  employe  S  P  Co,  res  715  Tenth 
Akins  W  D,  watchman   Pacific  Coast  Planing  Mill,  res   715 

Tenth 
Akins  Willard  H,  conductor  S  P  Co,  res  909  Willow 

ALAMEDA  CITY  DIRECTORY,  F  M  Husted 

publisher,  604  Merchant  street,  S  F,  and  Hardy's  Book 
Store,  961  Broadway 
Alameda  County  Medical  Society,  1155  Broadway 

ALAMEDA  COUNTY  STEAM  CARPET 
CLEANING   AND    RENOVATING 

WORKS,  J   J  Lerri   &  Co   proprietors,  office   and 
works   368-370  Fourth,  postoffice  box  203,  telephone 

385 

ALAMEDA     COUNTY     TERMINAL 

RAILWAY    CO.    1003i   Broadway,  room  25 

ALAMEDA  MACADAMIZING  CO,  Hugh 

Slicer  president,  A  T  Arrowsmith  secretary,  C  D  Bates 

superintendent,  room  7,  456  Eighth 
Alameda  Macadamizing  Co,  quarry  Lake  Shore  ave 
Alamina  Felix,  painter,  res  822  Twenty-ninth 
Albach  Carl,  laborer,  res  2233  Magnolia 
Albach  Charles,    employe    Judson    Manufacturing    Co,  res 

Commercial  Union  Hotel 
Albach  Mary  Mrs,  widow,  res  1014  Third  ave 
Albee  Herbert  J,  shoecutter,  res  1229  Twenty-first  ave 
Alberger  Ida  Miss,  res  Galindo  Hotel 
Alberger  Maud  T  Miss,  res  Galindo  Hotel 
Alberger  W  C,  Santa  Fe  route  excursion    agt,   res    Galindo 

Hotel 
Albers  Caroline  C,  domestic,  1273  Sixth  ave 
Albert  Eugene,  plaster  decorator  Corrieri  Bros,  res  cor  First 

and  Franklin 
Albert  Frank,  dairy,  1915  Adeline,  res  same 
Albert  M  Miss,  res  586  Tenth 

Alberts  John,  blacksmith  S  Williams,  res  501  Seventh 
Albiez  John,  sexton  Church  of  Sacred   Heart,  res  Fortieth 

bet  Grove  and  West 
Albion  Lodge  No.  206,  S  of  St  G,  California  Hall 
Albrecht  Anna  J  Miss,   res    Fruit  Vale  ave  nr   East   Four- 
teenth 
Albrecht  Carrie  Miss,  res  941  Filbert 

Albrecht  Laura  Mrs,  res  Fruit  Vale  ave  nr  East  Fourteenth 
Albrecht  Laura  Miss,  res  Fruit  Vale  ave  nr  East  Fourteenth 


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Albrecht  Richard,  student,  res  Fruit  Vale  ave  nr  East  Four- 
teenth 
Albridge  James  H,   engineer  Oakland  Gas  Light   and  Heat 

Co,  res  710  Third 
bridge  Mary  Miss,  res  710  Third 
bright  Geo  W,  USA  Quartermaster's  Dept,  S  F,  res  1030 

Fifth  ave 
bright  G  Frank,  salesman,  S  F,  res  1030  Fifth  ave 
bright   John  H  T,  clerk  Hawley  Bros  Hardware  Co,  S  F, 

res  1030  Fifth  ave 
bright  Marion  V  Miss,  res  1030  Fifth  ave 
burn  George  W,  car  sealer  S  P  Co,  res  715  Centre 
catraz  Lodge  Xo.  244,  F  &  A  M,  meets   Masonic  Hall  (W 

O)  first  Monday  in   month 
cazar  House,  Hanavan  &  Baldrige  proprs,  1156  Broadway 
cazar  Saloon,  Howard  Shaw  propr,  1851  San  Pablo  ave 
den  Byron,    teamster   Grayson,   Owen   £    Co,  res  Haiku 

ave  nr  Green,  Stock  Yards 
den  Charles,  deputy  sheriff,  res  722  Myrtle 
den   Henry  E,  salesman  E   W  Woodward  &   Co,  res  014 

Seventeenth 
dernev  Dairv  Farm,  SE  cor  E  Fourteenth  and  Hish 
derson  Mabel  Miss,  res  1562  Telegraph  ave 
derson  R  Mrs,  res  1562  Telegraph  ave 
dis  E   Mrs,  laundress  Contra   Costa  Laundry,   res  1669 

Eighth 
drich    Abbie    F,  principal    Lafayette    School,    res    The 

Brunswick 
drich  Alfred  (Aldrich  &  Cole)  res  Alameda 
drich  Byron  S,  res  Galindo  Hotel 
drich   A;  Cole  (A  Aldrich   &  F  G  Cole)  machine  works, 

701-703  Broadway 
drich  Elsie  E  Miss,  res  580  Jones 
drich  Hugh  S,  patrolman,  res  1061  Campbell 
drich  .!  \\\  fireman  S  P  Co,  rea  L061  Campbell 
drich  J  Willard, fireman  S  P  Co,  res  1056  Twelfth  ave 
drich  Luther  A,  artesian  well  borer, rea  668  Sycamore 
drich  Win,  carpenter,  pes  ~>s<»  Joa< 
drich  William  A.  capitalist,  res  Vernal  ave,  Piedmont 
dridge  Lillie  Miss,  ironer  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
exander  Abraham,  res  111-1  Twelfth 
exander  A  E,  res  11 II  Twelfth 
exander    Arthur  P,  surveyor  and  draughtsman,  res  168 

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tH  g   Alexander   Charles  0   (0  Alexander  &  Son)  S    F,  res   1406  M 

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£  g   Alexander  Daniel  E,  attorney-at-law,  S  F,  res  2113  Peralta  gjj 

Alexander  Edith  M  Miss,  student,  res  452  East  Seventeenth 

Alexander    Ezekiel,  master    Queen   of  the  Pacific,   res    1250  Cj 

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9§    ,  Alexander  Frank  A,  student,  res  452  East  Seventeenth  x  £J 

|g   Alexander   Henrv,   boots   and  shoes,  853    Washington,  res  ~  h^ 

1111  West  -  £5 

§3  g   Alexander  Isidore,  capitalist,  res  1564  Telegraph  ave  =  j 

g-"!   Alexander    James    M    Rev    (Presbyterian)    res    452    East  ~ 

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Alexander  John  A,  porter,  res  906  Broadway  ^  ™ 

•^  S   Alexander  Julius  C,  clerk  H  Alexander,  res  1564  Telegraph  r  R 

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g  3q   Alexander  Lottie  Miss,  music  teacher,  res  1006  Sixteenth  y  g 

Ph  £•  Alexander  Louis  L,  mining  engineer,  res  468  Prospect  c  HH 

I    Alexander  O,  merchandise  broker,  S  F,  res  1406  Alice  —  2 

pa  J)  Alexander  Willis,  clerk  Merrian  &  Co,  res  1418  Franklin  §  J^ 

§   Alford  Edmund  R,  machinist,  res  1013  Pine.  g 

>s^   Algeo  James  II,  blacksmith   finisher  Oakland  Carriage  Co,  ?  ^J 
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Algeo  Wm  J,  bridge  builder,  res  1407  Tenth 
Allard  E  Mrs,  res  16S5  Eighth 


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Allardt  Charles  F,  emplove  San  Francisco  Tool  Co,  S  F,  res  =  (Xl 
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Allardt  Fred    A,   bill   clerk  C  E   Whitnev,  S    F,    res    1127   § 
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DC  ^  Allardt  Geo  F,  civil  Engineer,  S  F,  res  1127  Linden 
<  O  Allen  Belle  Miss,  res  718  Twentieth 
^  to  AIJIjEN  B  K,  contractor  and  builder,  506  Thirteenth,     q^ 
(02  res  718  Twentieth  «^ 

3  Allen  Carl  D,  sec  Bankers'  and  Merchants'  Insurance  Co,     ^ 
>•  &■  S  F,  res  937  Adeline 

>  Allen  Charles,  heater   Judson  Manufacturing  Co,  res  Park     [Tj 
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.  HI  ta  Alien  Christopher,  res  1413  Brush 
Hi  jj  Allen  C  M  Mrs,  res  1413  Brush 
^       Allen  Dollv  Miss,  res  937  Adeline 
^  uS  Allen  Elizabeth  Mrs,  res  1413  Brush 


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v  <  Allen  F  E,  stoves,  plumbing  and  gasfitting,  1357  Telegraph 

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i™       Allen  Frank,  bookkeeper  J  G  Allen,  1257  Jackson 

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Allen  Frank  H,  lumber  merchant,  S  F,  res  1231  Poplar 

Allen  Fred,  blacksmith,  res  803  Wood 

Allen  Geo  B  Rev,  pastor   Union  Church,  San  Leandro,  res 
1073  Seventh  ave 

Allen  G  B  Mrs,  boarding,  cor  East  Twelfth  and  Seventh  ave 

Allen  Geo  H,  clerk  W  C  Fife,  962  Webster 

Allen  Geo  S,  traveling  agt,  S  F,  res  1324  Linden 

Allen  Gertrude  Miss,  res  1305  Franklin 

Allen  Harris   S,  student  State  University,  res  1073  Seventh 
ave 

Allen  Harry,  undertaker    Albert  Brown,  res  466  Thirteenth 

Allen  Harry  R,    clerk   Bankers'  and    Merchants'  Insurance 
Co,  S  F,  res  937  Adeline 

Allen  Hattie  A  Miss,  res  166  Fifth 

Allen  Henrv  W,  clerk  Jones  &  Charles,  res  819  Washington 

Allen  Horace  H  (C  E  Allen  &  Son)  S  F,  res  822  East  Fif- 
teenth 

ALLEN  IRA  L,    West  Oakland    Division    Talcott's 
Dairy,  1366  Ninth,  res  same,  telephone  372  (3  bells) 

Allen  John  Howard,  engineer,  res  1773  Eighth 

Allen  James,  butcher  Hayes,  Hostetter  &  Brooks,  res  Hallett 
ave  nr  San  Pablo  ave  Stock  Yards 

Allen  James  G,  agt  Dixon  Crucible  Co,  S  F,  res  1325  Jackson    pJ 

Allen  Jennie  C  Miss,  res  1211  Chestnut 

Allen  Jerome  A,  traveling  salesman,  res  1133  Filbert 

Allen  Jessie  Miss,  res  1231  Poplar 

Allen  J  H,  engineer  S  P  Co,  res  937  Campbell 

Allen  John  H,  engineer  S  P  Co,  res  1773  Division 

Allen  John  J,  atty-at-law,  S  F,  res  1211  Chestnut 

Allen  John  P,  brick  mason,  res  1836i  Seventh 

Allen  H  W  Mrs,  res  822  East  Fifteenth 

Allen  Lewis  W,  student  State  University,  res  1073  Seventh 
ave 

Allen  L  W,  printer,  res  463  Third 

Allen  Lizzie  Miss,  clerk  KAHN  BROS,  rea  1200  S 
entfa 

Allen  L  T  Mrs,  res  1722  Twenty-first   ave 

Allen  Mary  Miss,  rea   1324  Linden 

Allen  Mary  Mrs,  rea  202  Easl  Ninth 

All. -ii  Mollis  T  Miss,  rea  L211  Chestnut 

Allen  Myron  W,  carriageinaker  J  E  Johnston, res  962  Web- 
ster 

Allen  Oliver  P,  clerk  Anglo-Californian  Bank,  S  F,  rea  l_l 
Bast  Tenth 

Allen  omn  E,  salesman  W  A  Rouse  &  Co,  rea  L906  Broad- 
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Allen  Phoebe  Mrs,  res  327  Eleventh 

Allen  Reginald  H,  clerk  Geo  A  J   Davis,  res    1073    Seventh 

ave 
Allen  Richd  K,  genl  mgr   Bankers'  and    Merchants'  Insur- 
ance Co,  S  F,  res  937  Adeline 
Allen  Rowland  F,  salesman  California  Jewelry  Co,  res    822 

East  Fifteenth 
Allen  Robert  W,  carpenter,  res  Sutter  nr  Gclden  Gate 
Allen  Ruth  A  Miss,  res  954  Broadway 
Allen  S  A  Mrs,  res  460  Sixth 
Allen  Thomas  J,  freight    clerk  P   M   S   S  Co,  S  F,  res  1410 

Fifteenth 
Allen  Truman  H,  U  S  Pension  agt,  S  F,  res  166  Fifth 
Allen  Valient  B,  res  952  Pine 
Allen  Walter,  engineer  S  P  Co,  res  1804  William 
Alleu  William,  engineer,  res  809  Twelfth 
Allen  William,  carpenter  S  P  Co,  res  177S  Division 
Allen  Wm,  carpenter   and  builder,  1712  Telegraph  ave,  res 

same 
Allen  Wm,  student  Sackett  School,  res  565  Fifth 
Allen  William  Mrs,   res    San   Pablo  ave  nr  Sutter,  Golden 

Gate 
Allen  Wm  C,  employe  S  P  Co,  res  1688  Eighth 
Allen  Wm  E,  brakeman  S  P  Co,  res  812  Wood 
Allen  Willia:n  H,  repairer  R  R  shops,  res  1013  Wood 
Allen  Wm  M,  carpenter,  res  1211  Chestnut 
Allen  W  S,  engineer  S  P  Co,  res  1804  William 
Allen  W  W,  attv-at-law,  res  565  Fifth 
Allen  W  W  Jr,  student,  res  565  Fifth 
Allie  John,  laborer,  res  734  Chester 
Allis  Laura  Mrs,  dressmaker,  res  SOS  Twenty-second 
Allison  A,  carpenter,  res  821  Market 
Allison  Ben,  butcher  O'Bemis,  les  520  East  Fourteenth 
Allman  Sarah  M  Mrs,  res  1466  Twelfth 
Allsop  Lena  Mrs,  res  Home  for  Aged  Women 
Almanzi  Agnes  Miss,  res  178.1  Goss 
Almanzi  Harriet  Mrs,  res  1781  Goss 
Almeda  Frank,  laborer  S  P  Co 
Almeda  Manuel  J,  laborer,  res  755  Campbell 
Almeida  D,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  244  Hollis 
Almont  Livery  Stable,  Kane  &  Daly  proprs,  1352  San  Pablo 

ave 
Alonzo  Joseph,  mill  hand  California  Door  Co 
Alstrin  Frank  R,  machinist,  S  F,  res  1674  Chase 
Alta  House,  Mrs  Kate  Anderson  propr,  901  Washington 

G.  H.  KRIECHBAUM,  Dentist,  854^  BROADWAY 

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Altendorf  Julius,  saw  grinder,  res  1*206  Twenty-eighth 

Altendorf  Julius  A,  sign  writer,  S  F,  res  1206  Twenty- 
eighth 

Althof  Ernest,  res  941  Filbert 

Althof  Herman  (Althof  &  Bahls)  S  F,  res  941  Filbert 

Althof  John  A  M,  capitalist,  res  1624  Eighth 

Althof  Lottie  I  Mrs,  res  1624  Eighth 

Altmann  Carl,  salesman  Singer  Manufacturing  Co,  res  105S 
Twenty-fifth  ave 

Altvater  Philip,  plasterer,  res  815  Filbert 

Alumbagh  William  E,  student,  res  972  Chester 

Alvares  A  J,  barber  John  Thomas,  res  753  Willow 

Alves  Antone,  laborer,  res  1019  East  Twenty-second 

Alves  Domingos,  grocer,  36S  B,  res  same 

Alves  Frank,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  1736  Linden 

Alves  John  M,  laborer  Paraffine  Paint. Co,  res  222  Hollis 

Alves  Manuel,  shoemaker,  S  F,  res  461  B 

Alves  Manuel,  expressman,  res  360  B 

Alves  Rosa  Mrs,  widow,  res  663  Twenty-sixth 

Alwvn   Burton  C,  supt  Pattiani  &  Co,  res  820  Isabella 

AMADOR  MARBLE  CO,  D  Edward  Collins  sec- 
retary and  treasurer,  entrance  Mountain  View  Ceme- 
tery 

Amaral  Manuel,  laborer,  res  617  Madison 

Ambrose  Frank,  laborer  J  L  Gordon,  res  San  Pablo  ave  nr 
Wilder  Stock  Yards 

Ambrose  John,  cabinetmaker,  S  F,  res  1674  Twelfth 

Ambrose  Joseph  A,  physician  and  surgeon,  452  Eighth,  res 
815  Jackson 

Ambrose  Mamie,  milliner,  res  1225  Webster 

Ambrose  Manuel,  laborer,  res  225  Second 

Ambrose  Mary  Mrs,  res  1225 Webster 

Ambrose  T,  engineer  S  P  Co,  res  914  Pine 

Ambrozio  Joseph,  Laborer  Thomas  W  Corder,  res  Stock 
Yards 

Ambrozio  Manuel,  laborer  Thomas  W  Corder,  res  Stock 
Yarda 

Ambrozzio  Minolleti,  Laborer  PC  R  quarry,  rea  san 

Amer  Marian,  employe  California  Jute  Mills 

Amerall  Manuel,  rea  375  Fourth 

AMERICAN  BAKERY,  C  Jaenicke  proprietor, 

AMERICAN  BUILDING  AND  LOAN 
ASSOCIATION  OF  MINNEAPOLIS, 

MINN.  R  B  Meyera   Btate  agent,  G  (>    Baker  treas- 
urer and  agent,  468  Ninth 

IRRIGATING  MACHINERY, 

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AMERICAN  FIRE  INSURANCE  CO  OF 

NEW    YORK,     Harmon     &     Sears,    H    Griffin's 
agency,  958  Broadway 

AMERICAN  FIRE  INSURANCE  CO  OF 

PHILADELPHIA,  Harmon  &  Sears,  H  Grif- 
fin's agency,  958  Broadway 
American  House,  R  V  Clark  propr,  616  Broadway 

AMERICAN  INSURANCE  CO  OF  NEW- 
ARK, N  J,  H  T  Smith  agent,  960  Broadway 
American  Insurance    Co  of  Philadelphia,  John  Russ   agt, 

468  Tenth 
American    Mercantile    Union,    room    67,  906    Broadway, 

Anthony  Zuner  mgr,  James  A  Parker  supt 
American  Plaster  Board  Co,  cor  E  Fourteenth  and  Seven- 
teenth ave 
"  American  Sentinel"  (weekly)  E  J  Waggoner  and  Alonzo  T 

Jones  editors,  SW  cor  Twelfth  and  Castro 
Amerman  Charles  F,  box  clerk  San  Francisco  postoffice,  res 

616  Fourteenth 
Amerman  Grace,  student,  res  1017  Fourteenth 
Amerman  Jacob  B,  clerk,  S  F,  res  1017  Fourteenth 
Ames  Everett,  student,  res  1132  Adeline 
Ames  George,  carpenter,  S  F,  res  1761  Seward 
Ames  James  H,  bookkeeper,  S  F,  res  1132  Adeline 
Ames  John  F,  bookkeeper,  S  F,  res  1132  Adeline 
Ames  John  P,  bill  clerk  S  P  Co,  res  1707  Chase 
Ames  Josiah  P  (Ames  &  Detrick)  S  F,  res  1132  Adeline 
Ames  Martha  Miss,  res  The  Centennial 
Amidon  Chas  E,  musician,  res  958  Clay 
Amidon  Fred  J,  coremaker  City  Brass  Works,  res  958  Clay 
Amidon  Mary  Miss,  widow,  res  958  Clay 
Amidon  Simeon,  driver  Jones  &  Charles,  res  958  Clay 
Ammerman    Henry    J,    car    repairer    R    R   shop,    res    647 

Campbell 
Ammerman  Henry  J  Mrs,  dressmaker,  647  Campbell 
Ammerman  Horace  J,  res  647  Campbell 
Amos  C  C  Mrs,  saleslady  A  Coplin,  res  1320  Telegraph  ave 
Amos  Georgie  Miss,  laundress  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Amos    Joseph,  porter    Pullman   Palace    Car    Co,  res    1927 

Union 
Amos  Lizzie  Miss,  laundress  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Amsden  Ernest  Mrs,  res  1366  Ninth  ave 
Amstutz  Chas  L,  watchmaker  R  W  Edwards 
Amus  Frank,  varieties,  1363  Telegraph  ave,  res  same 


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Amus   Frank  Jr,  employe   California   Hosiery  Co,  res  1363 

Telegraph  ave 
Amy  Oscar  M,  salesman  H  Schellhaas,  res  1011  Franklin 
Anan os  Antonio,  barber  e  s  Telegraph  ave  (below  postoffice) 

res  Temescal  ave 
Anartaze  Robert,  ironer  Oakland  French  Laundry,  res  960 

Twenty-ninth 
Andersen  Alma  Miss,  domestic,  res  1374  Franklin 
Andersen  Amanda  Miss,  domestic,  res  1105  Jackson 
Andersen  Anna  Miss,  domestic,  1014  Magnolia 
Andersen  Chas  A,  restaurant,  968  Broadway,  res  608  Ninth 
Andersen  Christian,  painter,  res  2130  Chestnut 
Andersen  C  M,  blacksmith  P  C  R  Quarry,  res  same 
Andersen  Freda,  domestic,  1216  Filbert 
Andersen  Gus,  truckman,  S  F,  res  719  Chester 
Andersen  John,  coachman  Wallace  Everson,1269  Filbert 
Andersen  Mary,  domestic,  310  East  Seventeenth 
Andersen   Otto  E,  machine    hand  Planing    Mill,  res    2130 

Chestnut 
Anderson  Mrs,  res  366  Second 
Anderson    A,    carpenter    Burnham-Standeford    Co,   res    52 

Central  ave 
Anderson  Albert,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Anderson  Alex,  Tinsmith  R  R  shop,  res  1065  Willow 
Anderson  Alexander,  fruit  and  confectionery,  472  Seventh, 

res  858  Franklin 
Anderson  Amelia  Miss,  Liberty  Bakery,  res  519  Eighth 
Anderson    Alexander,  sashmaker   California   Door    Co,  res 

836  Broadway 
Anderson  Andrew,  laborer,  res  1369  Eighteenth 
Anderson  Andrew,  res  958  Willow 
Anderson  Andrew  F,  carpenter,  cor  Fifth  and  Henry 
Anderson  Andrew  G,  carpenter,  res  1728  Thirteenth 
Anderson  C,  captain  schooner  Mayflower}  res  (,»7s  Cypress 
Anderson  Carl  J,  carpenter,  res  1728  Thirteenth 
Anderson  Charles  J,  mate  steamer    Oakhnid,  res  1*20   Henry 
Anderson  Charlotte  Miss,  domestic, res  522  Knox  Place 
Anderson  Chris,  potter,  res   cor   Twenty-seventh    ave   and 

East  Ninth 
Anderson  C  Et,  tailor  Jones  &  Daiil,  res  S  F 
Anderson   E,  employe  Judson  Manufacturing  Co,  res  Com- 
mercial Union  Bote] 
Anderson  Edward,  painter  OC  R  Co,  res  L571  Broadway 
Anderson  Edwin,  cleaner  S  P  Co,  res  1 172  Seventh 
Anderson  Ella  Miss,  student,  res  112-1  Thirteenth  ave 
Anderson  Emelia  Mrs,  res  186  Edwards 


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Anderson  Emil,  res  1529  Curtis 

Anderson  Emil,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  1369  Eighteenth 

Anderson    Emma    W    Mrs,    teacher    Lafayette    School,    res 

1014  Broadway 
Anderson  Erick,  Melrose  Smelting  Works  Saloon,  Bay  ave, 

Melrose 
Anderson   Eric,  mill    hand   California    Door    Co,  res   1661 

Thirteenth 
Anderson  Eric  A,  laborer,  res  1661  Thirteenth 
Anderson  Ethel  Miss,  teacher  piano  Hopkins  Academy,  res 

same 
Anderson  Frank,  clerk  Hans  Peterson,  res  1702  Eighth 
Anderson  Frankie  E  Miss,  teacher  English   and  Grammar 

Hopkins  Academy,  res  same 
Anderson  Fred,  carpenter,  res  1075  E  Fifteenth 
Anderson  Frederick,  pile  driver,  res  Railroad  Exchange 
Anderson  Fred  V,  inmate  Industrial  Home   for  the  Adult 

Blind,  res  same 
Anderson  George,  cleaner  R  R  shop,  res  1674  Atlantic- 
Anderson  George  W,  expressman,  S  F,  res  1674  Atlantic 
Anderson   Gus,  employe  California  Door  Factory,  res  1777 

Goss 
Anderson  Hans  H,  smelter,  res  High  St,  Melrose 
Anderson  Harry,  carpenter,  res  1456  Eleventh  ave 
Anderson  Harry,  waiter  Tubbs  Hotel 
Anderson  Hilda  Miss,  domestic  J  C  Ainsworth,  res  Vernon 

ave 
Anderson  H  J,  engineer  steamer  Piedmont,  res  713  Brush 
Anderson  Isaac,  farmer,  res  Redwood  road 
Anderson  J  Miss,  dressmaker,  res  1124  Thirteenth  ave 
Anderson  James,  carpenter  Jones  &  Co 
Anderson  James,  confectionery,  933  Campbell,  res  same 
Anderson  James  A,  cigars,  1768  Seventh,  res  914  Kirkham 
Anderson  James  S,  repairer  S  P  Co,  res  1571  Broadway 
Anderson  Jennie    Miss,  pantsmaker   M  J   KEIjIjER, 

res  1768  William 
Anderson  John,  coachman  Mrs  E  M  Vrooman,  Pagoda  Hill, 

Vernon  ave 
Anderson  John,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  922  Pine 
Anderson  John,  warehouseman,  S  F,  res  1214  Thirtieth 
Anderson  John,  employe  S  P  Co,  res  719  Chester 
Anderson  John,  employe  Puget  Sound  Lumber  Co,  res  1761 

William 
Anderson  John  August,  watchman  S  P  Co,  res   1370   Eigh- 
teenth 
Anderson  John  A,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  368  A 


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Anderson  Rev  John  F,  res  1230  East  Thirteenth 

Anderson  John  J,  engineer,  res  632  Valdez 

Anderson  John  X,  carpenter,  res  1362  Tenth 

Anderson  J  P  Mrs,  seamstress  M  J  KELLER,  res  409 
Fourth 

Anderson  Jonas,  laborer,  res  1529  Curtis 

Anderson  Joseph,  foreman  Pacific  Pine  Lumber  Co,  res  829 
East  Sixteenth 

Anderson  Joseph,  brakeman  S  P  Co,  res  935  Pine 

Anderson  Jules,  cigarmaker,  res  564  Seventh 

Anderson  Juliana  Mrs,  widow,  res  1065  Kirkham 

Anderson  Kate  Mrs,  propr  Alta  House,  res  901  Washington 

Anderson  L  Miss,  res  1S62  William 

Anderson  Lars,  res  Redwood  Road 

Anderson  Lars  (Mikkelson  &  Anderson)  res  1106  Peralta 

Anderson  Lena,  domestic  Mrs  M  F  Templeton,  Fruit  Vale 

Anderson  Lizzie  Mrs,  housekeeper  716  Webster 

Anderson  Longworth  S,  student  Hopkins  Academy,  res 
same 

Anderson  Magnus  Patrick,  fireman  S  P  Co,  res  1369  Eigh- 
teenth 

Anderson  Martin,  saloon,  NW  cor  Seventh  &  Webster,  res 
373  Fifth 

Anderson  Mary,  domestic  Morris  Goldberg,  res  966  East 
Twenty-seventh,  Highland  Park 

Anderson  Mary  Mrs,  res  1SS  Seventh 

Anderson  Mary  A  Mrs,  res  767  Twenty-second 

Anderson  Mary  E  Mrs,  candies,  460  Seventh,  res  816  Clay 

Anderson  Matilda,  domestic,  1374  Tenth 

Anderson  Mathias,  engineer  California  Bridge  Co,  Alta 
House 

Anderson  Max,  Vernon  Park  Dairy,  494  Edward-,  res  same 

Anderson  Minnie  F  Miss,  Baleslady  Mrs  M  E  Anderson,  re- 
Si  6  Clay 

Anderson  X  C  Mrs,  res  1162  Seventh 

Anderson  Nelson  P,  laborer,  res  135  Eddie 

Anderson  O,  carpenter  Burnham-Standeford  Co 

Anderson  O,  engineer,  rea  L066  Third 

Anderson  Ola,  coatmaker   M  J  KELLER,    res  1455 

Linden 
Anderson  olaf,  propr   Railroad  Exchange,  cor  Seventh  and 

Bay,  rea  same 
Anderson  <>\\o,  engineer,  res  119  Hannah 
Anderson  Peter,  coachman  Mrs  Sather,  664  Twelfth 
Anderson  Peter  C,  cattle  dealer,  L658  Fourteenth  ave 


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X   4  Anderson  Peter  W,  salesman  California   Pottery  and  Terra 
"C     •  Cotta  Co,  res  52  East  Twelfth 


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«i  Anderson  Samuel,  teamster  Renton    Coal    Co,  res  Winter's   g 
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£    * '  Anderson  Samuel,  carpet  layer  McGovern  &  Cahill,  res  1004   ~    y-i 
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Anderson  Thomas,    engineer    steamer     Oakland,    res    1159  :  ^  ^ 
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Andrade  Joseph  S,  asst  engineer  steamer  Piedmont,  res  1065 

Ninth  ave  r'  O 

Andrade  Manuel  S,  carpenter,  res  205  Third 
Andrade  Manuel  S  Jr,  salesman  F  W  Parker,  res  205  Third 
Andre  Daniel,  laborer,  res  1015  Seventh 
Andre  Joseph  F,  laborer  Thomas  W  Corder,  res  Folger  ave 

Stock  Yards 
Andre  Manuel,    laborer   Thomas  W  Corder,  res  Folger  ave    ^ 

Stock  Yards  £.  O 

Andre  Perry,  waiter    Maison  Doree    Restaurant,  res  Areata  |  fl)    $ 

House  I  2.  £\ 

Andreda  Mary  Mrs,  res  827  Franklin  I  h  V 

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Andre  Rudolph,  driver   Log    Cabin   Bakery,  res    2075   San 

Pablo  ave 
Andres  A  James,  paper  hanger,  res  1066  Thirty-second 
Andres  Fred,  laborer,  res  1718  Linden  *""  f+ 

Andres  Saml,  paper  Hanger  Whittier,  Fuller  &  Co,  res  1066    5   ^ 

Thirty-second  u    q 

Andersson  Hilmer  S,  shoemaker  Wentworth  Boot  and  Shoe  !  £J  ^ 

Co,  res  1124  Campbell 
Andrews  Alice  Miss,  res  1555  Seventh 
Andrews  B  Mrs,  res  1555  Seventh 
Andrews  Charles  B,  pipe  organ  mnfr,  res  618  Sixteenth  W    $ 

Andrews   C    J,    agt    M  J  KELLER,   1007    and    1009    $   3 

Broadway  (/}   Q* 

Andrews  Chas  W,  clerk  W  Wilson,  res  1264  Webster  >Q    ^ 

Andrews  C  N  Mrs,  res  1264  Webster  '  CD    CD 

Andrews  Dan,  employe   Pacific  Iron    and  Nail   Works,  res  '  Q#  q" 

1555  Seventh  pj'  • 

Andrews  Ella  M  Miss,  asst  C  S  Lane  &  Son,  res    698  Syca-  |  £ 

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PfJPCPT  QPEQY     sPonKe'  Chamois,  Harness  Oil  and  Hai- 

nUEjLnl     J»  DCLDI,  nessSoap.    1058  Broadway,  Oakland. 


RIISWEIiIi'S  POINTS,  OILS  &  GLASS. 

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Andrews  Emma  G  Miss,  asst  Dr  J  M    Dunn,  res  60S  Syca- 
more 
Andrews  Frank  J,  barber  G  H  Stewart,  res  910  Sixteenth 
Andrews  George,  stevedore,  re^  r>7(.'  Thirtieth 
Andrews  Geo  N,  organ  builder,  620  Sixteenth,  res  same 
Andrews  Hannah  Mrs.  nurse,   res  277  East  Twelfth 
Andrews  James,  painter  Al  Wood  &  Bro,  res   cor    Twenty- 
third  and  Broadway 
Andrews  Jesse,  grainer    Farwell    &   Russell,  res    Telegraph 

ave 
Andrews  John  E,  machinist  R  R  shops,  res  914  Pine 
Andrews  John  R,  house  painter,  res  514  Twenty-fourth 
Andrews  Joseph,  barber,  res  910  E  Sixteenth 
Andrews  L  E,  switchman  S  P  Co,  res  1756  Seventh 
Andrews  Luke,  night  watchman  S  P  Co,  res  1824  Atlantic 
Andrews  Mary  Mrs,  res  620  Sixteenth 
Andrews  Mary  L  Miss,  res  6$S  Sycamore 
Andrews  Robert,  res  910  East  Sixteenth 
Andrews  Robert,  paint   manfr  Carbon   Paint  Co,  res  West 

Berkeley 
Andrews  Stephen  R,  blacksmith,  res  815  Madison 
Andrews    Thomas    A,    butcher   Excelsior    Market,    res    514 

Twenty-fourth 
Andrew-  W   Miss,  waitress   Industrial  Home  for  the  Adult 

Blind,  res  same 
Andrews  Winnie  Miss,  res  1555  Seventh 
Andrich  Frank,  cook,  res  553  Seventh 
Andrus  Washbume  R,  wood  and  coal  agent,  res  14<»s  Tenth 

Angel ,  carpenter,  res  618  Eighth 

Angel  Elsie  A  Mrs,  res  580  Jones 
Angel  Joseph,  laborer,  res  953i  Third 

Angel  S  &  Co  (Simon  Angel  and  Nicholas  V  Morry)  whole- 
sale produce,  620  also  621  Broadway 
Angel  Simon  (S  Angel  &  Co)  res  St  Louis  House 
Angelia  Edward,  fruit  peddler,  603  Webster,  res  S  F 
Angell  Horace  B,  clerk  II  W  Hill,  res  323  Eleventh 
Angell  L  C   Mrs,  dressmaker,  res  323  Eleventh 
Angel]   W  C,  physician    and  Burgeon,  S  F,  res  323  Elev- 
enth 
Angel]  W  C  Jr,  machinist,  8  P,  res  323  Eleventh 
Anglade    Madeline,  domestic   V   M   Smith,  Eighth  ave  and 
Easl  Twenl  y-fourth 

ANGLO  NEVADA  ASSURANCE  COR 
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ties Branch,  Thos  Agnew  manager,  466  Ninth 


GRAND  CENTRAL  LIVERY  STABLE 

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H  .2 Angwin  James  A,  foreman    car    repairer    S    P  Co,  res  1669 

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glANHEUSEE  (The)  Herbert  &    Sonderleiter  proprie- 

U  tors,  477  Ninth 


H  e  •  Ankers  Christian,  cabinet  maker  W  D  Bovce,.res  374  Tenth 
F  W  i  Annan  J  W  Mrs,  res  Fruit  Vale  ave  nr  Hopkins 

Annis  AlexG,  traveling  salesman  S  P  Co,  res  w  s  McCall  bet 

Benton  and  Mariposa 
Ansella  Mrs,  res  Bushell  House 

Antevlier  Charles  J,  ship  carpenter,  res  705  Adeline 
ANTHONY  A.  G\  physician,  office  and  residence  cor 

Willow  and  Seventh;  office   hours    1  to  3  p  m,  6+  to  7+ 

p  m;  telephone  1402 
Anthony  Amelia  C  Mrs,  dressmaker,  res  861  Chester 
Anthony  James,    foreman    Oakland    Sanitarium,    res    1920 

Seventh 
ANTHONY  RICHARD  M,  real    estate    and  in- 
surance, 471  Ninth,  res  964  Eighteenth 
Anthony  Wm  T.  Pacific    Coast    agt  D  S  Walton  &  Co,  New 

York,  office  407  Commercial,  S  F,  res  861  Chester 
Antoine  Antonio  M,  bootblack,  res  1807  Myrtle 
Antone  August,  cigarmaker  H  Gloy,res  608  Madison 
Antone  B,  laborer  Alameda  Macadamizing  Co's  quarry,  res 

same 
Antone  John,  laborer  S  P  Co 

Antonelle  Joseph  S,  railroad  contractor,  res  1123  Myrtle 
Antonnuci  F,  tinsmith,  res  721  Linden 
Antoni  Flora  Miss,  laundress  Contra  Costa  Laundrv 

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Antonich  John,  tinsmith,  res  719  Linden 

Antonio  Cordana,  bootblack,  455  Seventh 

Antonio  G,  laborer  Alameda  Macadamizing  Co's  quarry,  res 
same 

Antonio  J  Mrs,  charwoman,  517  Fourth 

Antonio  Sicaro,  laborer  PCR  quarry,  res  same 

Aoki  H,  chicken  ranch,  San  Pablo  ave  nr  Alcatraz  ave,  Gol- 
den Gate 

Apell  Alma  Miss,  compositor  Pacific  Press,  res  763  Seven- 
teenth 

Apell  Emily  Miss,  res  763  Seventeenth 

Apell  P  eter  J,  res  763  Seventeenth 

Apell  Se  verin,  pressman  Pacific  Press,  res  763  Seventeenth 

Apgar  Jacob  M,  laborer  custom  house,  S  F,  res  NE  cor  Moss 
ave  and  Ruby 

Appelquist  Louise,  domestic,  res  1347  Alice 


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Applegarth  Herbert,  student,  res  528  East  Eleventh 

Applegarth  John,  ranch  owner,  re-  528  East  Eleventh 

Applegarth  May  Miss,   student    High   School,  res  505  East 
Eleventh 

Applegarth  Sarah  Miss,  res  505  East  Eleventh 

Applegate  Geo  B,  clerk  City  Engineer,  res  Ross  House 

Appleton  Win,   employe    Spring    Valley  Water  Works,  S  F, 
res  BW  cor  Benton  and  Dover 

Appley  Levi,  bookkeeper  C  A  King,  res  819  Washington 

Appley  Peter  W.  rea  819  Washington 

Appo  Junius   B,  porter  S  S  City  of  Puebla,  res  716  Filbert 
pomattox  Post  No  50  G  A  R,  Grand  Army  Hall 

Appomattox  Relief  Corps  No  5  W  R  C,  Grand  Army  Hall 

Aranszo  M,  laborer,  res  626  Henry 

Arbell  John,  tinner  O  C  Kirk,  res  760  Fourteenth 

Arbulich  Martin,  cook,  re?  1006  Franklin 

Arcade  Market,  Dempsey  e\:  Pitts  proprs,  1118  Center 

Areata  House,  Mrs  M  M   Evants  propr,  122s  San   Pablo  ave 

Archambault    Edwin    A,    horseshoer    Sohst    Bros,  res    370 
Eighth 

Archer  A  Miss,  agt  Wilcox  &   Gibba  Automatic  Sewing  Ma- 
chine, 1169  Washington,  res  S  F 

Archer  James,   machinist,  8    F.  rea   Forty-fifth   cor  Emery 

Archibald  Francis  A,  genl  mgr  Union  Central  Life  Insur- 
ance Co,  S  F,  rea  11-  Ninth 

Archibald  James,  insurance.  S  F.  res  118  Ninth 

Archibald  M  A  Mrs       -       7     Sixteenth 

Arena  Stefano,  rea  735  Filbert 

Arena  Annie  M  G  Mrs,  1312  East  Eleventh 

Arena  A  T.  employe  Burnham-Standeford  Co.  rea  1312  E   si 
Eleventh 
y  E  F  Mrs       -  117"  Madison 

Arey  James  A.  expressman,  res  1656  Telegraph  ave 

Ai  9  stic,  1017  Adeline 

Arfl  smith   Win  Morck,  rea  -  -  Summer  nr  Ade- 

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Ai  Knudt,  cabinetmaker,  S  F,  v<  -  1666  Twelfth 

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Arlett  r>'  ojamin, bricklayer,  res615  Fifteenth 

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Arlett  Harry  B,  clerk  Walter  G  Manuel,  res  615  Fifteenth 
Arlett  James  C,  employe  W  T  Garratt  &  Co,  S   F,  res  615 

Fifteenth 
Arlington  Hotel,  Thomas  G  Kingsland  propr,  474  Ninth 
Armes  C  W  (Armes  &  Dallam)  S  F,  res  1201  West 
Armes  C  W  Jr,  bookkeeper  Armes  &  Dallam,  S  F,  res  1201 

West 
Armes   George    H,  clerk   Armes  &    Dallam,  S  F,  res   1201 

West 
Armory  Hall,  1064  Washington 

Armitage  Robert,  carpenter,  res  623  Twenty-third  ave 
Armondo  Manuel,  cook,  res  Central  Hotel 
Armstrong  A  M  Mrs,  widow,  res  1214  West 
Armstrong  Andrew,  driver  M  M  Bridges,  res  1465  Fifth 
Armstrong  Annie  M  Miss,  instructor  Singer  Manufacturing 

Co,  res  1214  West 
Armstrong  Bradley  A,  pictures,  picture  frames  and  mould- 
ings, res  952  Twenty-eighth 
Armstrong  B  F  (Armstrong  &   Merchant)  res  1527  Broad- 
way 
Armstrong  C  Miss,  res  Hotel  Merritt 
Armstrong  Caro  T  Miss,  res  cor  Seventh  and  Grove 
Armstrong  Charles,  driver  Fourteenth   Street  Railway,  res 

1423  Sixteenth 
Armstrong  Edgar  M,  res  Weldon  House 
Armstrong  Edmund  M,  res  970  Twrenty-fourth 
Armstrong  Edward,  res  1066  East  Fifteenth 
Armstrong  E  F,  traveling  salesman,  S  F,  res  970  Washing- 
ton 
Armstrong  Ella  Mrs,  res  1354  Eighth 
Armstrong  Frank  J  (Armstrong  Bros),  blacksmith,  res  673 

Twenty-seventh 
Armstrong  Frank  P  (Armstrong  &  Hopkins)  res  323  Ninth 
Armstrong  Hiram  T,  bench  hand  Pacific  Coast  Planing  Co, 

res  589  Sycamore 
Armstrong  &  Hopkins  (F  P  Armstrong  and  A  B  Hopkins) 

undertakers  and  embalmers,  866  Broadway, 
Armstrong  James,  yardman  S  P  Co,  res  1816  William 
Armstrong  Jennie  L  Mrs,  widow,  res  923  Wood 
Armstrong  John  W,  carpenter,  res  939  Union 
Armstrong  Lizzie  Mrs,  dressmaker,  1351  Telegraph  ave,  res 

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Armstrong  Mark  D,  clerk  Du  Ray  Smith,  res  923  Wood 
Armstrong  Martin,  laborer,  res  221  Hannah 
Armstrong  May  W  Miss,  instructor  Singer  Manufacturing 
Co,  res  1214  West 


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Armstrong  &  Merchant  (B  F  Armstrong  and  E  W  Mer- 
chant) hall  paper,  frescoing  and  interior  decorating, 
1066  Broadway 

Armstrong  Percy,  res  952  Twenty-eighth 

Armstrong  Robert,  laborer,  res  690  Twenty-sixth 

Armstrong  Robert  P,  driver  Phelan  &   Fish,  res  1214  West 

Armstrong  T  L,  manager  Oakland  Iron  Works,  res  933 
Poplar 

Armstrong  Win  W,  artist,  res  1351  Telegraph  ave 

Armstrong  Wm  H,  res  464  East  Eleventh 

Armstrong  Wm  S,  clerk,  S  F,  res  939  Union 

Arnez  J  M,  salesman,  res  423  Sixth 

Arnold  Adam,  butcher  Hayes  &  Co,  res  San  Pablo  ave  nr 
Crawford,  Golden  Gate 

Arnold  Charles  P,  salesman  H  Schellhaas,  res  615  Seven- 
teenth 

Arnold  Edward  M,  salesman  H  Schellhaas,  res  615  Seven- 
teenth 

Arnold  Leora  A  Miss,  res  615  Seventeenth 

Arnold  P  J,  tally  clerk  Brooklyn  Lumber  Co,  res  1664 
Thirteenth  ave 

Arnold  Rawdon  E,  physician,  res  615  Seventeenth 

Arnold  S  D,  conductor  OCR  Co,  res  584  Charter 

Arnold  T  J  Mrs,  res  957  Castro 

Arnold  W  L  (Jordan  &  Arnold)  res  1118  Linden 

Arogers  James,  butcher  La  Coste  &  Co,  res  San  Pablo  ave. 
Stock  Yards 

Aronson  Ben,  barber,  420  Twelfth,  res  306  Fifth 

Arpin  Margaret  M  Mrs,  res  555   Charter  cor  Twenty-second 

Arps  Bertha  Mrs,  res  1577  Linden 

Arps  Bertha  C  Miss,  res  1  T> 7 7  Linden 

Arp-  Wm  H,  res  1577  Linden 

Arrighi  Louis,  gardener  E  J  Pringle,  326  East  Nineteenth 

Arriola  Edward  F,  photographer,  1430  San  Pablo  ave,  res 
408  Ninth 

Arrouge  Eugene  E,  driver  La  Coste  &  Co,  res  San  Pablo 
ave  nr  Alcatraz  ave.  Golden  Gate 

Arrouge  Justin,  printer  Tribune  Publishing  Co,  res  Berke- 


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AREOWSMITH   AUGUSTUS  T,    secretary 

Alameda  Macadamizing  Co,  res  456  Eighth 
Art-elir  l\  sawyer  Eagle  Bos  &   Manufacturing  Co,  res  S  F 
Ai-tli  George  V  (Frederick  &  Arth)  res  816  Alice 
Arthur  Emma  A  Miss,  rea  967  Kirkham 
Arthur  John  D,  res  1307  Castro 


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Hon.  George  Stoneman.  Ex-Governor  of  California;    Hi 
irernor  of  California;  Hon.  W.  \v.  Morrow,  Member  of  c< 


Hoi  C.   Perkins,   f-  \ 

Hon.  W.  W.  Morrow,  Member  of  Congress;    Hon.  Chat*.  N 
ton,  Member  of  Congress;    Gen.  W.  H.  L    Barnes,  A.ttorney-a<  Lam      li   d    I 
May  or  of  San  Francisco;    Hon    T    B.  BicParland,  Judge  of  the  Hupn  rt  of  Cali- 

fornia;   Hon.  John  Hunt,  Judge  of     Superior  Court;     Hon.    T.    K. 
Superior  Court;  Hon.  P  Lawler,  Judge  of  Superior  Court;    Hon.  J.  G.   Maguire,   Judge 
of  Sup*  lit;     Hon.  J.  P.  Sullivau,  Judge  of  Superior    Court;     Hon.   \Y_    H. 

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Clay  and  Fifteenth 

Asen  Aaron,  tinware,  407  Sixth,  res  same 

Ashby  James  T,  961  Broadway 

Ashcroft  Alice  Miss,  res  Booth  bet  Broadway  and  Piedmont 

Ashcroft  Nellie  Miss,  res  Booth  bet  Broadway  and  Piedmont 

Ashe  Ferdinand  F,  yard  Fisher  &  Taylor,  res  756  Jefferson 

Asher  Geo  W,  barber,  res  711  Broadway 

Asher  Louis,  poultry  and  produce,  667  Webster 

Asher  Ralph  E,  butcher  Bay  City  Market,  res  711  Broad- 
way 

Asher  Samuel,  furniture,  711  Broadway,  res  same 

Asher  Tillie  Miss,  res  711  Broadway 

Ashford  C  W,  clerk,  S  F,  res  630  Sixteenth 

Ashley  Abiel  S,  carpenter  W  T  Veitch 

Ashley  Daniel,  laborer,  res  Winthrop  House 

Ashley  Geo,  solicitor,  S  F,  res  579  East  Twenty-third 

Ashley  John  B,  carpenter,  res  1516  Curtis 

Ashley  Lucius  A,  res  Fruit  Vale 

Ashley  Maria  Mrs,  res  673  Tenth 

Ashmore  Carrie  Miss,  res  493  Twenty-third 

Ashmore  Sophie  Mrs,  493  Twenty-third 

Ashton  George  H,  res  1131  Magnolia 

Ashton  Ivy  Miss,  student,  res  1131  Magnolia 

Ashton  N  J  Mrs,  teacher  Prescott  School,  res  1131  Magnolia 

Askew  J  W,  traveling  agt,  res  Fairmount  House 

Aspern  Harrv,  teamster  Fisher  &  Taylor,  res  601  East 
Twelfth" 

Aspern  Mollie  Miss,  clerk  Thos  F  Whelan,  res  001  East 
Twelfth 

Asseln  Herman,  laborer,  res  Union  ave  nr  Green,  Stock 
Yards 

Assembly  Hall,  SW  cor  Goss  and  Wood 

Associated  Charities  of  the  City  of  Oakland,  Central  Block, 
room  2 

Astor  Henry,  laborer,  res  1251   Fifteenth  ave 

Atchinson  C  M  Mrs,  res  603  East  Fourteenth 

Atchison  Alfred  M,  res  919  Alice 

Atchison  Minnie,  res  919  Alice 

Atchison  William  E,  res  919  Alice 

Athearn  Annie  T  Miss,  res  1070  Center 

Athearn  Ethel  M,  clerk  Land  Title  Co,  res  1419  Grove 

Athearn  Frank  A,  bookkeeper,  S  F,  res  1070  Center 

Athearn  K  H  Mrs,  widow,  res  1070  Center 

I  Athenian  Club,  1055  Broadway 

Atherstone  Geo  H,  student,  res  1365  Market 


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Atherstone  Tom  E,  insurance  clerk,  S  F,  res  1365  Market 

ATHERSTONE  THOS  S,  manager  Singer  Manu- 
facturing Co,    S  F,  res  1365  Market 

Atkins  George  T,  waiter  Tubbs  Hotel,  res  1116  East  Four- 
teenth 

Atkins  Henry,  salesman,  SF,  res  946  Poplar 

Atkinson  Anthony  A,  molder  Whittier,  Fuller  £  Co,  res 
519  Sixteenth 

Atkinson  A  A  Mrs,  music  teacher,  res  519  Sixteenth 


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Atkinson  Geo,  carriage  maker,  S5S    Webster,   res  854  Har- 
rison 
Atkinson  Geo,  electrician,  1266  San  Pablo  ave,  res  854  Har- 
rison 
Atkinson  Henry  T  (Inger  &  Atkinson)  res  854  Harrison 
Atkinson  L  F,  music  teacher,  res  519  Sixteenth 
Atkinson  Thos  A  Rev,   pastor  Asbury  Methodist  Episcopal 

Church  South,  res  1140  East  Seventeenth 
Atkinson  Wm  A,  real  estate,  S  F,  res  590  Twenty-fourth 

ATLANTIC      AND      PACIFIC      RAIL 

ROAD,  J  J  Warner  agent,  972  Broadway 
ATLAS  ASSURANCE  CO  OF  LONDON, 

Gaskill  &  Vandercook  agents,  458  Ninth 
Atterbury  Francis,  carriage  trimmer,  res  1004  Fifth 
Atterbury  J  Mrs,  dressmaker,  1004  Fifth,  res  same 
Atterbury  Shirley   Miss,  fitter  "Wentworth   Boot  and  Shoe 

Co,  res  1004  Fifth 
Attridge    James,    employe  Judson    Manufacturing    Co,   res 

Commercial  Union  Hotel 
At  water  Cornelia  J  Mrs,  dressmaker,  res  9S5  Pine 
Atwater  Dwighl  M,  Bupt  Main  &  Winchester, res  962  Camp- 
bell 
Atwater  William  L,  carpenter, res  985  Pine 
Atwell    Edmund,  foreman    Judson    Manufacturing    Co,  res 
San  Pablo  ave  nr  Fortieth 

Atwill  Joseph  F,  res  907  Jackson 

At  wood  Earnest  C,  engineer,  S  F,  res  1725  Myrtle 

Atwood  ( trace  ( '  M  iss,  pes  1069  ( rrove 

Atwood  Henry  R,  marine  surveyor,  S  F,  res   L031  Seventh 

ave 
Atwood  Wm  W.  engraver,  >  F,res  522  Bast  Twenty-fourth 
Aubin  Charles,  carpenter,  res  160  sixth 
Aubrighl  Frederick,  moulder  Judson  Manufacturing  Co,  res 

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Auburn  Chas  Wt  paper  hanger,  res  1168  Fifth 


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Audiffred  Emilia  V  Miss,  res  1313  Brush 

Audiffred  Eugenia  M  Miss,  res  1313  Brush 

Audiffred    Henry,    Oakland    Bone    Yard,  res    566   Twentv- 

fourth 
Audiffred  Hyppolite,  res  566  Twenty-fourth 
Audiffred  Leontine  A  Miss,  res  1313  Brush 
Audiffred  Louis  A,  res  1313  Brush 
Auerbach  Rose  Mrs,  res  586  Charter 
Auerbach    Rudolph    H,    manager    Salinger    Bros,    res    572 

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Augareils  Peter,  butcher  Eugene  Avy,  res  Stock  Yards 
Augenstein  Ernest,  jeweler,  S  F,  res  2120  Magnolia 
Augur  Geo  J,  physician  and   surgeon,  NE  cor   Twelfth  and 

Broadway,  res  same 
Augustio  Antonio  J,  laborer  Judson  Manufacturing  Co,  res 

224  Eddie 
Ault  C  G,  engineer  S  P  Co,  res  204  Sixteenth,  S  F 
Aultman  Henry  W,  farmer,  res  head  of  Lake  Temescal 
Aumault  Charles,  driver  M  Longe,  res  617  Broadway 
Auroux  Edward,  laborer,  res  361  First 
Auseon  Dan,  brakeman  S  P  R  R,  res  Fruit  Vale 
Auseon  John,  brakeman  S  P  R  R,  res  Fruit  Yale 
Auseon  Perry,  res  Fruit  Vale 

Avan ,  police  officer,    S   F,   res  w   s    College  ave  nr 

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Austen  Burke,  gardener  I  L  Requa,  res  Piedmont 
Austin  &  Chaffee,  real   estate   and  brokers,  cor  East  Four- 
teenth and  Twenty-third  ave 
Austin  David  S,  master  steamer  Colima,    res  1271  Seventh 

ave 
Austin    E,   collector    Metropolitan  Manufacturing    Co,   720 

Seventh 
Austin  George  W,  clerk  McDonald  &  Cameron,  res  125  Helen 
Austin  Mary  J,  dressmaker,  res  125  Helen 
Austin  Sadie  M  Miss,  res  1271  Seventh  ave 
Austin  William,  blacksmith,  res  125  Helen 
Avan  Harriet  Mrs,  res  College  ave  nr  Hudson 
Avelar  Annie  Mrs,  res  1063  East  Twenty-first 
Aven  William,  laborer,  res  210  Eighth 

Avenue  House,  Mrs  M  Denison  propr,  1273  San  Pablo  ave 
Avery  Albert  W,  conductor  S  P  Co,  res  1319  Telegraph  ave 
Avery  Angie  E  Miss,  music  teacher,  res  953  Thirty-fifth 
Avery  Frank  M,  clerk  U  B  Wilson,  S  F,  res  1382  Webster 
Avery  Grant  E,  bootmaker  Chas  B  Cornor,  res  953  Thirty- 
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Avery  M  H,  res  1012  Jefferson 


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Avery  Susan  S  Mrs,  widow,  res  1382  Webster 

Avery  S  S  Mrs,  res  11S0  Nineteenth 

Avery  T  M,  insurance,  res  1180  Ninteenth 

Avery  Walton  F,  pattern  maker,  S  F,  res  953  Thirty-fifth 

Avler  Anton,  laborer,  res  921  East  Fourteenth 

Avy  Antone,  laborer  S  P  Co 

AVY  EUGENE,  wholesale  butcher,  Stock  Yards,  of- 
fice 320  Sansome,  S  F,  res  S  F 
Aweng  John,  student  Sackett  School,  res  861  Twenty-second 
Axtel  W  M,  artist,  res  East  Fourteenth  bet   Bray  and  Liese 
aves 

Axtell  Henry,    engineer    California   Hosiery    Co,    res   1318 
Eleventh  ave 

Axx  Adam,  plasterer,  res  Ross  House 

Ayala capitalist,  res  w  s  Telegraph  ave  nr  Morgan 

AYDELOTTE  J  H   (Depue    &    Aydelotte)  teacher 
bookkeeping    and    mathematics,   Depue  &  Avdelotte's 
Business  College,  res  577  Twelfth 
!  Ayden  Thomas,  tanner  Thomas  W  Corder,  res   Folger  ave, 
Stock  Yards 

Ayer  Ed,  student,  res  977  Seventh  ave 

Ayer  Hattie  G  Mrs,  teacher  Franklin    School,  res   977  Sev- 
enth ave 

Ayer  Richard  B,  clerk    Sun    Insurance  Co,  res  977  Seventh 

ave 
Avers  A  T,  special  police  officer,  res  222  Eleventh 
Avers  C  H,  searcher  of  records  G  L  Mix,  res  1214  Brush 
Avers  De  Forest,  searcher  of  records,  res  010  Twelfth 
Avers  Edward   J,  plumber    Burtchaell    &   Crowley,  res  010 

Twelfth 
Ayer-  Frank,  res  610  Twelfth 

Ayers  M.  real  estate,  92]  Broadway,  res  610  Twelfth 
Ayer-  Ransom  G,foreman  Wm  T  Veitch,  res  512  Eighth 
Aymar  Era  A.  carpenter,  res  832  Twenty-second 
Ayr.-  Aitlmr,  employe    Pacific    Iron  and  Nail  Co,  res  L758 

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Ayres  A  T,  farmer,  res  L013  Seventh  ave 
Ayres  Coralin  Miss,  res  L013  Seventh  ave 
A    rea  Frank  II,  clerk  James  Maclise,  res  610  Twelfth 
A    res  [rving  |  D  L  Beck  &  Sons,  S  F)  res  L205Oak 
Ayres  .1  II.  res  609  East  Eighteenth 
Ayres  Lizzie  I  Miss,  stenographer,  S  1\  res  L 758  Taylor 
Ayres  M  A    Miss,   seamstress   Clinton  Bouse,   res  277  Easl 

Twelfth 
Ayres  Mary  Mrs,  teacher  Olauson  School,  res  L758Taylor 

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Tenth 
Baab  Emma  Mrs,  res  313  Tenth 
Babb  Chas,  journalist,  S  F,  res  2049  Market 
Baab  Lyman  D,  special  police  officer,  res  973  Seventh 
Babbidge  Nellie  Miss,  domestic,  res  1350  Madison 
Babbitt  Hattie  Miss,  res  1954  Webster 
J   Babbitt  Solomon  M  (Barstow  &  Babbitt)  res  1954  Webster 
fa.   Babcock  Mrs,  res  825  Market 
£   Babcock  Amanda  Miss,  res  827  Market 
§   Babcock  Clarence  C,  clerk  S  P  Co,  res  911  Cedar 
y  Babcock  Frances  Miss,  clerk   Mutual    Endowment  Associa- 
tion, res  965  Harrison 
Babcock  George,  coal  and  wood,  hay  and  grain,  San  Pablo 

ave  nr  Powell,  also  Golden  Gate,  res  1218  Filbert 
Babcock  Geo  R,  student,  res  1216  Webster 
Babcock  Henry  C,  constable,  res  e  s  Claremont  ave  nr  Tele- 
graph ave 
Babcock  John  H,  carpenter,  res  126  Fourth 
Babcock  Lafayette  M,    supt   mnfg  dept  Geo  H  Tay  &  Co   S 

F,  res  1102  Thirtieth 
Babcock  Lulu  E  Miss,  student,  res  959  Fourth  ave 
Babcock  Mary  Mrs,  res  965  Harrison 
Babcock  Mattie  Miss,  res  1218  Filbert 
Babcock  Sanford  P,  civil  engineer,  res  959  Fourth  ave 
Babcock  Viola  Miss,  clerk  W  W  Camron,  res  965  Harrison 
Babson  Maria  R  Miss,  res  Blake  House, 
Babue  David  J,  res  Folsom  cor  Eleventh,  Golden  Gate 
Babue    Josephine    Mi?s,    fur    sewer,  S   F,  res    Folsom 

Eleventh,  Golden  Gate 
Baca  Jovita  Miss,  dressmaker,  res  Willamette  House 
Baccus  Benjamin,  employe  R  R  shops,  res  755  Webster 
Bachelder    Alvah    H,    manager    Holt    Bros,    S   F,   res 

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BACHELDER  T  F,  attorney-at-law,  906  Broadway, 

room  57,  res  Sunol 
Bachrach  Simon,  insurance,  res  776  Harrison 
Backer    Patrick,  gardener  J    E    McElrath,    res    Elmwood, 

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Bachman  Charlotte  Mrs,  res  1106  East  Ninteenth 
Bachman  George,  student,  res  1106  East  Nineteenth 


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Backus  Birdie  Miss,  student,  res  1727  Goss 

Backus  Oscar  J,  (Geo  H  Tay  &  Co,)   S  F,  res  1424  Adeline 

Bacon  Alice  Mrs,  East  Oakland  Hotel,  579  East  Twelfth 

Bacon  David  M,  res  East  Oakland  Hotel,  579  East  Twelfth 

Bacon  Frank  P,  capitalist,  res  923  Linden 

Bacon  Gilbert  W,  conductor  OCR  Co,  res  1790  San  Pablo 

ave 
Bacon  Helen   Miss,  res   Fruit  Vale 'ave.   nr  East   Twenty- 
seventh 
Bacon  Henry  D,  capitalist,  res  960  Oak 

Bacon  James  H,  confectioner,  965  Broadway,  res  222  Ninth 
Bacon  T  F,  physician  and  surgeon,  1148   East  Fourteenth, 

res  Fruit  Vale  ave  or  East  Twenty-seventh 
Bacon  Win  F,  collector  The  J  Dewing  Co,  res  1053  Webster 
Bacum  John,  laborer,  res  810  Alice 
Badescue  Joe  V,  printer  Pacific  Press,  res  718  Twelfth 
Badger  Frances   Miss,  cook   West   Oakland  Home,  res   973 

Campbell 
Badger  Thos  W,  capitalist,  res  412  East  Tenth 
Badger's  Park,  Siebe  &   Huber   Bros,  Seventh  ave  bet  East 

Tenth  and  East  Eighth 
Badgley  Alice  Miss,  student,  res  137  Athol  ave 
Badgley  Mary  A  Mrs,  res  137  Athol  ave 
Badgley  May  Miss,  student,  res  137  Athol  ave 
Badglev  Robert  B,  salesman,  S  F,  res  137  Athol  ave 
Badgley  Wra  0,  clerk  S  P  Co  office,  S  F,  res  137  Athol  ave 
Baer  Aug,  barkeeper    A    Krueckel,  res    cor    Eleventh    and 

Washington 
Baer  Frank,  clerk  Central  Pharmacy,  res  same 
Bagge  Christian,  farmer,  res  1660  Fourteenth 

Baglin  Harriet  Mrs,  widow,  re>  L715  Market 

Bagnelle  Ray,  inmate  Industrial  Home  for  the  Adult  Blind, 
res  same 

Bahenier  Fred,  employe  Pioneer  Mills,  res  Franklin  Hotel 

Bahlei  John  F,  solicitor,  res  1367  Castro 

Bahler  M  .J  Mrs,  book  agt,  res  1367  Castro 

Bahls  A    Mrs,  res  9  12  Linden 

Bahlfl  Herman,  clerk,  S  F,  res  942  Linden 

Bahls  L  Miss,  rea  B17  Myrtle 

Bahr  Prank,  employe  Bash   and   Blind  Factory,    rea    1646 
.  ciitli 

Bahr  George,  brewer  Cramm  A:  Dieves,  res  Oakland  Brew- 
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Bahr  Gottlieb,  rea  203  1  (Jnion 

Bahteo  Diedrich,  mining  Bupt,  res  M17  Tenth 

Bailey ,  carpenter  C  Mann  A  Co.  res  362  Tenth 


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Bailej7  Ann  Mrs,  res  567  East  Twenty-third 

Bailey  Austin,  foreman  Engine  Co  No  2,  res  468  Sixth 

Bailey  Charles  A,   appraiser  San  Francisco  Savings  Union, 

S  F,  res  1387  Harrison 
Bailey  Edward,  clerk,  res  419  East  Twelfth- 
Bailey  F  J  Mrs,    Umbrella  and   Parasol  Factory,  res   1517 

Seventh 
Bailey  Hannah  Mrs,  res  464  Third 
Bailey  Hettie  Miss,  res  419  East  Twelfth 
Bailey  Hiram,  supervisor  Dist  No  1,  Alameda  Co 
Bailey  Irena  Mrs,  widow,  res  1713  Market 
Bailey  James  D,  brakeman  S  P  Cc,  res  855  Harrison 
Bailey  James  M,  salesman,  res  Galindo  Hotel 
Bailey  John  N,  street  contractor,  res  402  East  Twentieth 
Bailey  Lillie  Miss,  res  464  Third 
Bailey  Mary  Miss,  artist,  res  567  East  Twenty-third 
Bailey  Murray,  res  Kelsey  House 
Bailey  Oscar  J,  carpenter,  res  905  East  Fourteenth 
Bailey  R  G,  advertising  agt,  res  1505  Fifth 
Bailey  Rachel  Mrs,  widow,  res  1517  Seventh 
Bailey  Robt  O,  pressman  Carruth  &  Carruth,  res  1462  Tele- 
graph ave 
Bailey  Thomas  W,  bookkeeper,  res  1723  Seward 
Bailey  Vincent,  cleaner  R  R  shops,  res  927  Pine 
Bailev  William  H,  capitalist,  res  1389  Harrison 
Bailey  Wm  H  (Chas  Mann  &  Co)  res  362  Tenth 
Bailev  Samuel,  band  sawyer,  S  F,  res  1401  Franklin 
BAILEY  WILLIAM  I,    proprietor   Empire  Coal 

Yard,  710  Fifth,  res  675  Fifth 
Bailey  Wm  T,  printer  Enquirer,  res  419  East  Twelfth 
\  Baillie  A  M  Mrs,  dressmaker,  res  1367  Twelfth 
Baillie  Lizzie  M  Miss,  student,  res  1367  Twelfth 
Bain  Margaret  Mrs,  midwife,  res  556  Sixteenth 
Bain  Robert  B,  salesman    A    Schilling   &   Co,  res  308  Thir- 
teenth 
Baird  Isabella  Mrs,  res  820  Thirty-fourth 
Baird  Saml  L,  res  1622  Eleventh  ave 

Baker  Aaron  F  (Baker  &  Battelle)  res  662  Twenty-fourth 
Baker  A  &  A  (August  and  Albert  Baker)  installment  deal- 
ers, 1412  San  Pablo  ave 
'  Baker  Albert  (A  &  A  Baker)  res  S  F  . 
Baker  Albert  F,  contractor  and  builder,  res  1303  Clay 
Baker  Alfred,  teamster  C  A  King,  res  Winter's  Hotel 
Baker  Alfred  J,  grainer,  res  562  Fifteenth 
Baker  Alfred  S,  grainer,  res  562  Fifteenth 
Baker  Andrew,  agt  People's  Express  Co,  res  1011  Pine 


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Baker  Annie  A  Miss,  dressmaker,  res  482  Twenty-fifth 
Baker  A  P  Mrs.  res  918 Fifth 
Baker  Arthur,  res  ^v0  Division 

Baker  Arthur  M,  clerk    S    P  Co.  S  F.  res  356   East  Twenty- 
second 
Baker  August  (A  &  A  Baker)  res  S  F 
Baker  Augustin,  student,  res  1119  Eleventh  ave 
Baker  A  W,  elerk  S  P  Co.  res  Pullman  Hotel 
Baker  &  Battelle  (A  F    Baker  and   G   E  Battelle)  artificial 

stone  work.  662  Twenty-fourth 
Baker  Carrie  Miss,  medical  student,  res  162  East  Ninth 
Baker  C  E  (Baker  0  V  &  Cie)  re,  -.'1  Pine 
Baker  Charles,  teamster,  res  2363  Fifth 
Baker  Charles  F.  receiving    teller   Sather  Banking  Co.   S  F. 

res  1215  Chestnut 
Baker  Charles  F,  paper  hanger  McGovern  &  Cahill.  res  1'     9 

Broadwav.  room  28 
Baker  Charles  \Y,  painter  Wm  Ballantyne,  res  1068  Broad- 
way 
Baker  Darwin,  clerk  Adolph  Bruenn.  res   356  East  Twenty- 
second 
Baker  David  F,  salesman  Peter  Baker,  res  362  Fifth 
Baker  Edmund  Gr,  poultry  breeder,  re-  2 1*20  Elm 
Baker  Elias,  brick  layer,  res  1575  Chestnut 
Baker  Eugene  H,  fireman  S  P  Co,  res  891  Pine 
Baker  Frank,  tailor  Gordan  Bros,  res  716  Tenth 
Baker  Frank,  extraman  Engine  Co  2.  res   168  Sixth 
Baker  Frank,  clerk  Peter  Baker.      -       2  Fifth 
Baker  Frank  J  (Frank  J  Baker  &  (  a  S  F 

Baker  Frank  J  &  Co  (F  J  Baker  and   Wm   A  Foster)  civil 

engineers  and  surveyors.  469  Ninth 
Baker  Fred  L,]  an  Pacific  Press,  re-  1957  Myrtle 

Baker   Gershom  A.  foreman   press   room  Pacific  Press,  res 

1957  Myrtle 
BAKER  GEO  Gr  (Clough  &  Baker)  res  162  East  Ninth 
Baker  Geo  II.  capitalist,  rea  162  East  Ninth 
Baker  Geo  l  >.  conductor  B  P  Co,  rea  :       Bast  Eleventh 
Bakei  Barry,  student,  rea  504  Thirteenth 
Bak( ir  Benry  M.  carpenter  8  PCo,  rea  1052  Kirkham 
Baker  Henry  If,  carpenter  BP(  -  l"ls  Pi: 

Baker  Benry  Y  neer  S  P  ('".  rea  1766  William 

Bak<      H    rard  s.  clerk  Dunham  A  Oarrigan,  B   F.  rea  815 

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Baker  J  Mrs,  hair  di  and  employment  agt,  1116  Wash- 

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Baker  James,  draughtsman,  rea  lMls  Pine 


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Baker  Jefferson  B,  carpenter,  res  1975  Broadway 

Baker  Jehial  H,  res  1213  Chestnut 

Baker  John,  upholsterer,  1712  Taylor,  res  same 

Baker  John,  laundrymau  Contra  Costa  Laundry 

Baker  John  H,  special  policeman,  res  884  Twenty-seventh 

Baker  Joseph,  real  estate,  res  212  Eleventh 

Baker  Joseph,  helper  R  R  shops,  res  1015  Linden 

Baker  Joseph  F,  coppersmith  S  P  Co,  res  1883  Division 

Baker  Joseph  H,  carpenter,  res  672  Sycamore 

Baker  Justin  R,  pressman  Pacific  Press,  res  1961  Myrtle 

Baker    J   W,  bookkeeper    Alameda   Macadamizing    Co,  res 

Galindo  Hotel 
Baker  Llewellyn  P,  horse  breeder,  res  1118  Kirkham 
Baker  L  R  Mrs,  widow,  res  1375  Franklin 
Baker  Margaret  H  Mrs,  res  482  Twenty-fifth 
Baker  Martha  D  Miss,  res  562  Fifteenth 
Baker  Mary  Miss,  music  teacher,  res  162  East  Ninth 
Baker  Mary  A  Miss,  res  437  Hawthorne 
Baker  May  Miss,  res  1119  Eleventh  ave 
Baker    M    H    Miss,  clerk    Union    Savings    Bank,    res  482 

Twenty-fifth 
Baker    M    Sibley,  bookkeeper    Humboldt    Lumber    Co    res 

1529  Twenty-fourth 
Baker  Otis,  laborer,  res  521  Twenty-fourth 
Baker  Orrin  V  (Baker  0  V  &  Cie)  res  891  Pine 
Baker  0  V  &  Cie  (Baker  0  V  and   C  E)  blacksmiths,  889 

Pine 
Baker  Orrin  V  Jr,  expressman,  stand  cor  Twelfth  and  Broad- 
way, res  891  Pine 
Baker  Patrick,  teamster  Oakland  Lumber  Co 

BAKER    PETER,    groceries    and    provisions,    823 

Broadway,  res  362  Fifth 
Baker  R  G,  apprentice  Pacific  Press,  res  1957  Myrtle 
Baker  R  H,  insurance  agt,  res  Winsor  Hotel 
Baker  Robert  G,  pressman  Pacific  Press,  res  1957  Myrtle 
Baker  Rush  D,  clerk  S  P  Co,   S   F,  res  356  East   Twenty- 
second 
Baker  Rush  D  Jr,  clerk,  res  356  East  Twenty-second 
Baker  S  Mrs,  bookbinder  Pacific  Press,  res  1961  Myrtle 
Baker  Samuel  Mrs,  res  815  East  Fifteenth 
Baker  Samuel  P,  solicitor  S  F  Call,  res  1214  Tenth  ave 
Baker  Shirley,  student,  res  815  East  Fifteenth 
Baker  S  J  Mrs,  res  891  Pine 
Baker  Thomas,  laborer,  res  1883  Division 
Baker  T  A  (Harris  &  Baker)  res  413  Twelfth 
Baker  Vesta  I  Miss,  stenographer,  res  1310  Franklin 


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Baker  Wm,  mining,  res  1 1 1 S »  Eleventh  ave 
Baker  Wm  G,  insurance  agt,  res  Windsor  Hotel 
Baker  Wm  J,  clerk,  S  F,  res  1119  Eleventh  ave 
Baker  Winafred  Miss,  res  1SS3  Division 
Balbach  John,  employe  Bay  City  Mills 
Balch  Eustis,  carpenter,  res  1376  Ninth  ave 
Balch  Horace  M,  piano  tuner,  res  1316  Adeline 
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Baldocchi  F,  salesman  M  Baldocchi,  res  366  Twelfth 
Baldocchi  M,  fruit,  366  Twelfth,  res  same 
Baldrige   S  Miss  (Hanavan  &  Baldrige)  res  1156  Broadway 
Baldromos  Joe  M,  coachman  F  Galindo,   res  w  s  Telegraph 

ave  nr  Morgan 
Baldwin  Abner,  bridge  carpenter,  res  715  Third 
Baldwin  Ebie,  cement  layer,  res  069  Thirty-sixth 
Baldwin  E  D,  employe  S  P  Co,  res  816  Cedar 
Baldwin  Geo  P,   foreman   baker    Thompson   Bros,  res   3*20 

East  Eighth 
Baldwin  George  W,  res  Thirty-third  nr  Grove 
Baldwin  George  W,  laborer,  res  969  Thirty-sixth 
Baldwin  Harry  C,  student  University  of  California,  res  1410 

Franklin 
Baldwin  Henry,  yardman  C  E  H  Reed,  res  320  East  Eighth 
Baldwin  Henry  B,  teamster,  res  320  East  Eighth 
Baldwin  Isabell  A,  res  Vernon  ave 
Baldwin  Martha  V  Mrs,  res  1410  Franklin 
Baldwin  Marvin  A,  vaquoro,  Bakersfield,  res  1410  Franklin 
Baldwin  Minor  P,  mining,  res  969  Thirty-sixth 
Baldwin  M  L  Mrs,  res  1254  Eleventh  ave 
Baldwin   Robert    O,   physician   and    surgeon,   rooms    9-10 

Playter    Block,  res    same 
Baldwin  S  G  W  Mrs,  widow,  res  930  Adeline 
Baldwin  Wm  S,  Pacific    Coast  agt    Vanderbilt's    system  of 

railways,  res  1422  Eighth 
Baleni  John,   stone    mason    Mountain    View  Cemetery,  res 

same 
Balensiefer  Wm  F,  salesman,  S  F,  res  559  Seventeenth 
Bale-  David  W,  blacksmith,  res  615  East  Twenty-third 
Balkwell  Charles,   ferry  hand   steamer   Piedmontt  res  1661 

Eighth 
Balkwill  Lena  L  Miss,  milliner  R  Jours,  res  1211  Clay 
Balkwill  May  E  Miss,  milliner  Jones,  res  1214  Clay 
Ball  C  II.  engineer  S  PCo,  rea  876  Wood 
Ball  Edward  W  F,  butcher,  res  Union  ave  nr  Green,  Stock 

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Ball  Francis  Capt,  master  mariner,  res  1261  Clay 
Ball  Frank  J,  employe  U  S  Mint,  S  F,  res  1311  Jefferson 
Ball  Jennie  Miss,  res  1261  Clay 
Ball  J  R,  switchman  S  P  Co,  res  Chester  House 
!  Ball  Nicholas  A,  bookkeeper  W  P  Wheeler,  res  1374  Tele- 
graph ave 
Ball  Tessie  Miss,  res  1261  Clay 
Ball  Thos  M,  printer,  res  1261  Clay 
i  Ball  William  C,  mill  hand  California  Door   Co,  res  Seventh 

nr  Webster 
|  Ballantyne  Charles  A,  res  412  Fifteenth 
Ballantvne    William    H,    painter    and    paperhanger,    3 

Twelfth,  res  412  Fifteenth 
Ballard  Byron,  laborer  Pacific  Iron  and  Nail  Works,  res  719 

Fourth 
I  Ballard  Geo,  fireman  County  Court  House,  res  West  Berke- 
ley 
!  Ballard  James  W,  liquors,  retail  and  jobber,  912  Broadway, 

res  942  Wood 
Balmforth  Ralph,  employe  United  States  Mint,  S  F,  res  535 

Sixteenth 
Balmforth  V  Mrs,  dressmaker,  res  535  Sixteenth 
Balsclen  Emma  Miss,  res  1303  Grove 

Balzaratti  Eugene,  carpenter  California  Door  Co,  res  Capi- 
tal House 
Balzer  John,  bootmaker  805  Broad wav,  res  416  Eighth 
Bamford  C  E  Mrs,  res  621  East  Fifteenth 
Bamford  Mary  E  Mi-s,  res  621  East  Fifteenth 
Bammann  F,  groceries,  wines  and  liquors,  1451  Seventh,  res 

same 
Bancroft  C  L  Mrs,  res  1002  Adeline 
Bandle  George  E,  clerk  S  P  Co,  res  929  Wood 
t  Bandle  Louis  R,  machinist  S  P  Co,  res  929  Wood 
BANE  L  D  MRS,  furnished  rooms,  864  Washing- 
ton, res  same 
Bane  Wm  R,  res  680  Eighteenth 

[  Banfield  John,  bartender  J  C  Phillips,  res  915  Seventh 
|  Bangle  Amos  L,  res  1214  Tenth  ave 
I  Bangle  Branson,  painter,  res  1278  Tenth  ave 
Bangle  Edward,  carriage  painter,  res  1352  Sixth  ave 
|  Bangle  Edwrard,  clerk  Craft  &  Russell,  res  1214  Tenth  ave 
Bangle  Ed  Jr,  clerk  Craft  &  Russell,  res  1214  Tenth  ave 
Bangle  Eva  Miss,  res  1352  Sixth  ave 
S  Bangle  Phoebe  Mrs,  res  1352  Sixth  ave 
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Bangs  Franklin,  Home  Mutual  Insurance   Co,  S  F.  res  cor 
Fourth  ave  and  East  Twenty-third 

Bank    Building,  Mrs    Martha    Stillwell   propr,  1104    Broad- 
way 

Bankhead  D  B,  employe  Coal   Consumers'  Association,  res 
TIG  Fifth 

Bankhead  Hugh,  drv  and  fancy  goods  911  Washington,  res 
1358  Brush 

Bankhead  Jane  Mrs,  res  752  Castro 

Bankhead  John  W,  house   mover  and   extraman  Hook   and 
Lader  No  1,  res  557  Seventh 

Bankhead  Malcolm,  student  Sackett  School,  res  911  Wash- 
ington 

Bankhead  Malcolm  B,  tinner  0  M  Sanford,  res  Temescal 

Bankhead  William  Smith,  res  752  Castro 

Banks  Edward,  dipper  tender  S  P  Co,  res  1670  Atlantic 

Banks  Emma  Miss,  laundress  Contra  Costa  Laundry 

Banks  Geo,  clerk  Wells,  Fargo  &  Co,  S  F,  res  1366  Eleventh 
ave 

Banks  Mellie  Mrs,  tailoress,  1687  Seventh 

Banks  Wm,  pile  driver,  res  1670  Atlantic 

Bannister  George,  sawyer  Eagle  Box  and  Manufacturing  Co, 
res  S  F 

Bannou  May  Miss,  res  1057  Market 

Banry  Belle  Miss,  chambermaid  Industrial   Home  for  the 
Adult  Blind,  res  same 

Baptista  &  Thomas  (M  Baptists   and   John  Thomas)  groce- 
ries, wines  and  liquors,  753  Campbell 

Baptista  Manuel  (Baptista  &  Thomas)  res  720  Chester 

Baptista  Manuel,  laborer,  res  1723  Seventh 

Baptist  Church,  cor  Twenty-third  ave  and  East  Seventeenth 

Baptist  Chinese  Mission,   Mrs   J    R    Bradway    missionary, 
7  1  7  Eleventh 

Baptiste  Prank,  Laborer,  res  L726  Filbert 

Baptiste  Frank  Jr,  delivery    clerk    Salinger's,  res  1762  Fil- 
bert 

BarackmaD  &  Gee  (J  Ross  Barackman  and  F   Burton  Gre 
Pacific  Coast  Advertising   and   Collecting  Agency,  468 
Ninth 

Barackman  J  Ross  (Barackman  a-  G        res  BOO  Franklin 

Baraillea  John  (Bayle,  ha  Coste  a-  Co)  resSF 

Baraillea  Peter  (  Bayle,  La  Coste  a-  Co) 

Barattini  Lorenz,  laborer,  res  922  Third 

Barba  Samuel,  teamster    El    II    Lenox,    res   567  EastFour- 
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Barbagelata  Alvera    Miss,    cashier    and    bookkeeper    Abra- 

hamson  Bros,  res  606  Third 
Barbagelata  Angelina  Miss,  res  606  Third 
Barbagelata  Emilia  Miss,  stenograper,  res  606  Third 
Barbagelata  Francis,  res  606  Third 
Barbagelatta  G,  employe  Burnham  Standeford  Co 
Barbagelatta  John,  employe  SP  Co,  res  606 -Third 
Barbagelatta  Julinette  Miss,  res  606  Third 
Barbagelatta  Oscar  N,  clerk  Ghirardelli  &  Sons,  S  F,  res  538 

Twentieth 
Barber  Elmer  H,  mgr  W  H  Nolan  &  Co,  res  517  Ninth 
Barber  James  B,  County  Tax  Collector,  County  Court  House, 

room  2,  res  Alameda 
Barber  J  E,  printer  Tribune  Publishing  Co,  res  Alameda 
Barber  J  H,  carpenter  W  T  Veitch 
Barber  Lillie,  domestic,  918  Tenth 

Barber  Matthew  O,  farmer,  res  cor  Second  ave  and  Clifton  - 
Barberi  Frank,  caterer   420  First,  res  same 
Barbieri  Gaetano,  liquors  retail  1801  Grove,  res  same 
Barbolla  Alice  Miss,  res  2216  Chestnut 
Barbour  James  W,  res  672  Eighteenth 
Barclay  Kate  L  Mrs,  widow,  res  1712  Taylor 
Barclay  Millard  F,  machine    hand   planing    mill,  res    1111 

Twenty-second 
Bardellini  Joseph,  copyist,  Hall  of  Records,  res  1723  Linden 
Bardora  Andreas,  laundrvman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Barg  Henry  (Ferguson  &  Barg)  res  1764  Atlantic 
Bargion  Peter,  mining,  res  1005  Franklin 
Barker  Charles  R,  carpenter,  res  2217  Chestnut 
Barker  Elsie  C  Miss,  res  856  Jefferson 
Barker  Enoch  W,  supt  penmanship  Oakland  Public  Schools, 

office  1115  Broadway,  room  22,  res  484  Plymouth  aye 
Barker  John  O,  frame  maker  G  B  Daniels  &  Co 
Barker  John  P,  bookkeeper  C    L    Taylor,    S    F,    res    Bank 

Building 
Barker  John  O,  employe  Times,  res  856  Jefferson 
Barker  Joseph  H,  mechanical  engineer,  res  1217  Harrison 
Barker  Joshua,  bookkeeper,  S  F,  res  538  Hobart 
Barker  M  A  Mrs,  dressmaker    Mrs    H   T    Wallace,    res  856 

Jefferson 
Barker  Neal  D,  draughtsman  J  C  Mathews  &  Son,  res  Shat- 

tuck  aye  nr  Ashby 
Barker  Squire,  molder,  res  130  Hannah 
Barker  Timothy  L,  res  1119  Castro 
Barker  W  J,    employe    ferry    steamer    Alameda,    res    417 

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Barkhouse  Fred,  carpenter  W  H  Weilbye,  res  Girard  House 
Barkman  Louis,  electrotvper,  S  F,  res  1453  Seventh 
BARLOW  ALBERT   (People's   Express    Co)  423 

Tenth,  res  S  F 
Barlow  Charles,  res  1723  Nineteenth  ave 
Barlow  Frank  T,  clerk,  S  F,  res  214  B 
Barlow  Louisa  Miss,  res  311  East  Twelfth 
Barlow  Mary  Mrs,  widow,  res  214  B 
Barnaby  Asa,  mining,  S  F,  res  1069  West 
:  Barnard  C  S,  carpenter,  res  1169  West 
Barnard  Daniel  D,  res  677  Twenty-first 
Barnard  E  E,  mgr    Chieftain    Livery  and   Sale    Stables,  res 

1221  Eighth 
Barnard  Ezra,  cabinetmaker,  res  976  Thirty-sixth 
Barnard  Grace  E  Miss,  res  677  Twenty-first 
Barnard  Hal  W,  clerk  Oregon  Improvement  Co,  S  F,  res  682 

Twenty-ninth 
Barnard  Lemuel  H,  sec  San  Francisco  Candle   Co,  S  F,  res 

682  Twenty-ninth 
Barnard  Wm  C,  cashier  H  Dutard,  S  F,  res  576  Twentieth 
Barnard  Wm  E,  real  estate   and  auctioneer  469  Ninth,  res 

677  Twenty-first 
Barner  Washington,  stock  dealer,  res  Stock  Yards 
Barner  Washington,  vaquero  Grayson,  Owen  &  Co,  res  Dal- 

ton  ave,  Stock  Yards 
Barnes  &  Crackels,  painters,  1157  East  Fourteenth 
Barnes  Geo  P,  res  559  Seventeenth 
Barnes  Harry  C,  machinist,  res  1322  Twelfth 
Barnes  James  L,  machinist  R  R  shops,  res  1616  Twelfth 
Barnes  L  J  Mrs,  varieties   1492  San  Pablo  ave,  res  same 
Barnes  Mary  Miss,  saleslady,  1265  Clay 
Barnes  Michael,  collector,  res  863  Chester 
Barnes  N  Mrs,  res  1119  Thirteenth  ave 
Barnes  Thomas,  employe    California   Hosiery  Co,  res   1128 

Third 
Barnes  Wm  C,  dentist  Burnette  Dental  Co,  res  Hay  wards 
Barnes  William,  painter,  res  608  Valdez 
Barnetl  A  M.  t ravelin--  agt,  s  F,  res  630  Eighteenth 
Barnetl  David,  furniture,  473-5  Eighth,  res  412  Fifth 
Barnetl  Edward,  clothing,  men's    furnishings  843   Broad- 
way, res  57  I  Ninth 
Barnetl  Frank,  paper  banger  Whittier  Fuller  A  Co,  its  523 

Eighth 
Barnetl  Gussie  Miss,  dressmaker,  res  410  Fifth 
Barnewitz  Theodore,  house  and  Bign  painter,  res  2484  Tele- 

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Barney  Alfred   S,  auditor  Home   Benefit  Life  Association, 

res  Oakland  ave,  Vernon  Hights 
Barney  Charles  L,  employe  S  P  Co,  res  1723  Filbert 
Barney  Fred,  sign  writer  V  P  Mitchel's,  res  1723  Filbert 
Barney  John  N,  carpenter,  res  1723  Filbert 
Barney  Raymond,  painter,  res  467  Twenty-first 
Barngrover  Sarah  A  Miss,  seamstress,  res  1405  Alice 
Barnhard    J,    teamster    Alameda    Macadamizing    Co,    res 

Quarry 
Barnhisel  Charles,  driver  T  J  Cloony,  1575  Seventh 
Barnhisel  Oliver  B,  res  1575  Seventh 
Barnickel  Paul,  engineer  Hickok.  &  Son,  res  658  Webster 
Barnickel  Willie,  news  agt  S  P  Co,  res  658  Webster 
Barnett  Isaac,  fruit  peddler,  res  410  Fifth 
Barnett  Jennie  Miss,  res  410  Fifth 
Barnett  John,  patrolman,  res  523  Eighth 
Barnett  John  Jr,  plumber,  res  523  Eighth 
Barnett  Nellie,  res  523  Eighth 
Barnett    Rufus    P,  supt  dredging    S    P    Co,   res    924  East 

Twenty-third 
Barnstead  A  D  Mrs,  res  1782  Goss 
Barnum  D  B,  res  701  Castro 
Barnum    Restaurant,    Lavorel    &    Pagge    proprs,    SE    cor 

Broadwav  and  Seventh 
BARNUM  S  F  MRS,  manager  Women's  Christian 

Temperance    Union    Restaurant,  476    Ninth,  res    Ala- 
meda 
Baron  Philip,  teacher  of  music,  res  1352  Harrison 
Barr  John,  machinist  Oakland  Gas  Light  and  Heat  Co,  res 

S  F 
Barr  Rutherford  T,  barber  Wm  H  Stewart,  res  209  Fourth 
Barr  Thomas,  capitalist,  res  Playter  Block 
Barracks  James,  sticker  East  Oakland  Planing  Mill,  res  638 

Valdez 
Barrela  Guiseppi,  miner  P  C  R  Quarry,  res  same 
Barrell  E  C  Mrs,  res  1462  West 
Barrett  Mrs,  756  Seventh 

Barrett  Abraham,  shoemaker,  res  570  Fifteenth 
Barrett  Alex  P,  laborer,  res  rear  1005  Twenty-second 
Barrett  Antonio  M,  employe  S  P  Co,  res  872  Campbell 
Barrett  Charles  R,  capitalist,  res  1961  Grove 
Barrett  Daniel  S  P,  inventor,  res  614  East  Sixteenth 
Barrett    D    W,    mgr    furniture    warerooms    McGovern    & 

Cahill,  res  NW  cor  Seventh  and  Clay 
Barrett  George,  res  1504  Eighth 
Barrett  Geo,  farmer,  res  1249  Broadway 


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Barrett  Jennie  Miss,  res  833  Myrtle 

Barrett  John,  teacher  Hopkins  Academy,  res  same 

Barrett  John,  gardener,  res  554  East  Eighteenth 

Barrett  John  S,  clerk  W  J  Stuart,  res  833  Myrtle 

Barrett  M  A  Miss,  res  1454|  Seventh 

Barrett  Mamie  Miss,  res  833  Myrtle 

Barrett  Patrick,  butcher,  res  833  Myrtle 

Barrett  Richard,  laborer,  res  709  Castro 

Barrett  Susie  Miss,  seamstress,  res  872  Campbell 

Barrett  Wm,  driver  Hook  and  Ladder  Co  Xo  2 

Barrett  Win  J,  traveling  agt,  S  F,  res  1430  Tenth 

Barrilla  Joseph,  laborer,  res  First  ave  nr  Claremont 

Barrington  Geo  F,  bookkeeper  U   S  Customs,  S  F,  res  1232 

Chestnut 
Bar  ringer  Peter  H,  water  front  foot  of  Jefferson 
Barron    Michael,  emplove  East   Oakland    Planing  Mill,  res 

S  F 
Barron  Zeb,  groceries  1902  San  Pablo  ave,  res  same 
Barrows  Ella  Miss,  res  Fairmont  House 
Barrows   John,  commission   merchant,  S  F,  res  Fairmont 

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Barrows  L  C   Mrs,  propr  Fairmont  House,  San   Pablo  ave 

bet  Seventeenth  and  Eighteenth 
Barry  David,  carriage  painter  J  E  Johnston,  res  1803  West 
Barry  David,  gardener,  res  1022  West 
Barry  Edward,  broker,  S  F,  res  1012  Adeline 
Barry  Herbert  M,   clerk   Oakland  Gas  Light   and    Heat  Co, 

res  1012  Adeline 
Barry  Horatio  N,  conductor  S  P  Co,  res  1707  Chase 
Barry  John,  plumber  Sturm  &  Leitch,    res    1022    Eleventh 

cor  West 
Barry  John,  cleaner  R  R  shops,  res  873  Peralta 
Barry  John  H,  carriage  maker,  Fourteenth,  res  835a  Market 
Barry  John  -I.  capitalist,  res  s7:'  Peralta 
Harry  John  J  Jr,  clerk  freight  dept  S  P  Co,  res  873  Peralta 
Barry  Kate  Miss,  res  1022  West 
Barry  Mary  Mr-,  res  1577   San  Pablo  ave 
Harry  Newton  II,  insurance  clerk,  S  F.  res  L012  Adeline 
Barry  Patrick,  painter,  res  1<><>(.>  Franklin 
Barry  Richard,  mgr  Jarvis  Club  Room,  res  Henry 
Barry  Richard  F,  painter  P  N  Kuss,  res  ">17  Ninth 
Barry  T  F,  driver  Truck  (1«»  \«>  l 
Barry  Wm,  gardener,  res  L627  Eighth 
Barsalloti  Albert,  cook,  res  317  Fourth 
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Barstow  Alfred,  atty-at-law,  S  F,  res  1018  Eighteenth 
Barstow  Amanda  M  Miss,  res  1352  Harrison 
Barstow  Anson  (Barstow  &  Babbitt)  res  1356  Franklin 
Barstow  &  Babbitt  (Anson    Barstow  and   S  M  Babbitt)  hay 

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Franklin 
Barstow  David  G,  clerk  Dr  Bodle,  res  1064  Twenty-second 
Barstow  Frederick  0,  physician,  res  2308  San  Pablo  ave 
Barstow  Fred,  student,  res  1018  Eighteenth 
Barstow  Grace  Miss,  student,  res  1018  Eighteenth 
Barstow  Lizzie  Miss,  res  1064  Twenty-second 
Barstow  Lizzie  R  Mrs,  widow,  res  1064  Twenty-second 
Barstow  Wallace,  sign  writer,  res  1064  Twenty-second 
Bartello  Walter  S,  painter  S  P  Co,  res  1009  Wood 
Bartelme  L  Mrs,  dressmaker,  13S3  Broadway,  res  same 
Bartelme  John  P,  clerk  Levi  Strauss    &    Co,  S    F,  res  1383 

Broadway 
Bartels  Bernard,  employe  Pacific   Iron  and  Xail  Works,  res 

721  Third 
Bartels  Charles,  barber,  457  Tenth,  res  501  Twenty-fourth 
Bartels  Charles  Jr,  brass  finisher,  res  501  Twenty-fourth 
Bartels  Emma  Miss,  res  501  Twenty-fourth 
Bartels  Henry,  employe    Pacific  Iron   and  Xail  Works,  res 

721  Third 
Bartels  Laura  Miss,  res  501  Twenty-fourth 
Bartels  Maud,  1266  Center 
Bartelo  C  William,    carpenter  Eagle  Planing  Mil],    res    725 

Alice 
Barthel  Curt,  finisher  City  Brass  Works,  res  713  Franklin 
Bartholomew  C  A,  res  1149  Twenty-third  ave 
Bartholomew  E  M  Mrs,  teacher    Franklin    School,  res  256 

East  Sixteenth 
Bartholomew  Emilie  Mrs,  res  1416  Grove 
Bartholomew  George,  horse  trainer,  res  1006  Sixth  ave 
Bartholomew  George  Jr,  horse  trainer,  res  1006  Sixth  ave 
Bartholomew  Xelson,  carpenter,  res  410  East  Eleventh 
Bartholomew  Xettie  E  Mrs,  res  1371  Harrison 
Bartholomew  Xettie  Miss,  res  1006  Sixth  ave 
Bartholomew  Seth,  mariner,  res  256  East  Sixteenth 
Bartholomew  Wm,  horse  trainer,  res  1006  Sixth  ave 
Bartles  Wm,  upholsterer  C  Schreiber,  res  2319  Grove 
Bartlett  Mrs,  res  602  Fourteenth 

Bartlett  Alice,  stenographer  Pacific  Press,  res  715  Twelfth 
Bartlett  A  M  Miss,  res  578  Ninth 
Bartlett  Charles  E,  res  578  Ninth 
Bartlett  Cornelia  Mrs,  res  QQQ  Twenty-ninth 


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Bartlett  E  E  Mrs,  res  Nucleus  House 

Bartlett  Eliza  D  Mrs,  widow,  res  267  Ninth 

Bartlett  George,  carriage  paiuter  Sohst  Bros,  res  57S  Ninth 

Bartlett     George     C,     bookkeeper     S    F     Savings     Union 
S  F,  res  1124  Thirteenth  ave 

Bartlett  George  E,  cigarmaker,  res  72S  Linden  ' 

Bartlett  Harriet  S  Mrs,  res  939  Union 

Bartlett  H  S,  salesman   Taft    &    Pennoyer,  res    1124    Thir- 
teenth ave 

Bartlett  Jos  A,  employe   Studebaker  Manufacturing  Co.  res 
The  Centennial 

Bartlett  M  B  Mrs,  res  578  Ninth 

Bartlett  Xellie  Miss,  res  1124  Thirteenth  ave 

Bartlett  Pliny  (Hallett,  Bartlett  &   Dalton)  res  1311  Frank- 
lin 

Bartlett   Pliny  V  S,  asst    U   S   Geological   Survey,  res  1311 
Franklin 

Bartlett  Sarah  A  C  Mrs,  res  1124  Thirteenth  ave 

Bartlett  Thomas  J,  carpenter,  res  1664  Twenty-first  ave 

Bartlett  William,  tailor,  S  F,  res  602  Fourteenth 

Bartlett  Wm  C,  editor  S  F  Bulletin,  res  477  Prospect 

Bartling  Bertha  Miss,  res  719  Fourteenth 

Bartling  Grace  Miss,  res  719  Fourteenth 

Bartling  H  M  Mrs,  res  719  Fourteenth 

Barton ,  carpenter  W  T  Veitcli 

Barton  Carrie  A  Mrs,  coffee  house  Twenty-third  ave  Station 

Barton  H,  switchman  S  P  Co,  res  973  Seventh 

Basch  Emily  Mrs,  res  951  Webster 

Bascizza  George,  Morning  Sun  Restaurant    1157    Seventh. 
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Base  Ball  Grounds,  San   Pable  ave  nr  Folsom,  Golden  (Tate 
shford  Edward  L,  res  1379  Harrison 
tiford  Frances  A  Mrs,  widow,  res  1379  Harrison 

Basler  Wm,  baker, res  n  s  Forty-Fifth  nr  Grove 

Basnett  Dora, hinder  Pacific  Press,  res  702  Eleventh 

Bass  Lav i ilia  Mrs,  washing  and  ironing,  res  B37-J  Brash 

Bassetl  Augustus  8,  painter  S  P  Co,  res  B35  Willow 

Basset!  Alonzo,  stone  cutter,  res  809  Thirteenth 
setl  John  D,  collector,  res  702  Eleventh 

Basset!  El  Mrs,  employe  California  Hosiery  Co,  res  862  Mil- 
ton 

sett  Henry  F,  carpenter,  res  824  Twenty-second 
Bassetl  James  C,  builder,  res  766  Twentieth 
Bassetl  James  M, law  department  S  PCo,  res  728  Eighth 
ett  J  Frank,  real  estate,  res  96  I  Market 


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Bassett  Patrick  L,  carpenter,  res  Klinknerave  nr  San  Pablo 

ave,  Golden  Gate 
Bassett  Stella,  milliner  F  M  Reed  &  Co,  res  809  Thirteenth 
Bassett  Summerfield,  engineer  S  P  Co,  res  916  Pine 
Bassilo  Harry,  frnit   stand  cor  Tenth  and   Broadway,   res 

Ninth  nr  Webster 
Bastian  Charles  E,  salesman  Taft  &  Pennoyer,  res  Galindo 

Hotel 
Bastian  Frank,  res  Capital  Hotel 

Bastian  Frederick,  blacksmith  S  P  Co,  res  1716  Eighth 
Bastiano  Geffere,  cook  Philadelphia  Restaurant,  res  165  Sev- 
enth 
Batchelder  A  H,  res  545  Twentieth 
Batchelder    D    F,    special    officer    Police    Department,   res 

Nucleus  Block 
Batchelder  Eliza  Mrs,  dressmaker,  res  539  Seventeenth 
Batchelder  Elmer  E,  clerk  Win  F   Batchelder,  res  565  Fif- 
teenth 
Batchelder  Samuel  S,  janitor    First    Presbyterian   Church, 

res  Plavter  Block 
BATCHELDER  WM  F,  groceries,  fruit,  &c,  1277 

San  Pablo  ave,  res  712  Nineteenth 
Batchelder  Wm  K,  carpenter,  res  539  Seventeenth 
Batchelder  P  J,  carpenter  Independent  Planing  Mills,  res 

Castro  nr  Fifth 
Bateman  Henry,  planing  mill  employe,  res  1420  Tenth 
Bates  A  F,  clerk  John  W  Epley,  res  804  Twelfth 
Bates  Albert,  clerk,  res  664  Eighteenth 
Bates  Alexander  F,  clerk,  res  768  Twelfth 
BATES  CHAS  D,  superintendent  Alameda   Macad- 
amizing Co,  res  756  Eleventh 
Bates  Charles  D,  res  451  B 
Bates  Ephraim  J,  contractor,  451  B,  res  same 
Bates  Ethel  Miss,  res  756  Eleventh 
Bates  Fred,  carpenter,  res  519  Eighth 
Bates  George,  grip  man  OCR  Co,   res  1625  Grove 
Batkin  Henry,  clerk,  S  F,  res  1019  Chester 
Batkin  L,  clerk,  S  F,  res  1217  Eighth 
Batterman  Lucy  A  S  Mrs,  res  840  West 
Battles  Frank,  conductor  O  R  R  Co,  res  Temescal 
Bat  telle  G  E  (Baker  &  Battelie)  res  Alameda 
Baudin  John  P,  contractor  and  builder,  res  560  Sixteenth 
Baudle  L,  machinist  R  R  Co,  res  929  Wood 
Baudrey  Daniel,  watchman  O  R  R  Co,  res  Temescal 
Bauer  Antone,  bartender  Billey  Kohler,  res  834  Broadway 
Bauer  C,  res  1184  East  Fourteenth 

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Bauer  Flora  Miss,  res  1184  East  Fourteenth 

Bauer  Peter,  capitalist,  res  14  Valley 

Bauerle  A  H,  res  n  s  Grant  ave  nr  Telegraph 

Bauerle  John,  carpenter,  res  n  s  Grant  ave  nr  Telegraph 

Bauhofer  Hermann,  cigarmaker  Martin  Bauhofer,  res  1714 

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Bauhofer  Martin,  cigar  mfr,  1714  Thirteenth   ave.  res  same 
Baum  Alois,  employe  Sol  Greenhood.  res  633  Fourteenth 
Bauman  John,  contractor  and  builder,  res  1073  Fourteenth 

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Baumann  Michael,  laborer,  res  2248  Magnolia 
Baumgardner   Fred,  tobacco,  S  F,  re-  911  Myrtle 
Baumgarten  Jennie  Mrs,  res  511  Sixth 
Baumgarten  Mamie  Miss,  employe    California   Hosiery  Co, 

res  511  Sixth 
BAUSKE  R  E,  dentist,  10034-  Broadway,  room  2,  res 

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Bavina  Antonio,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Baxley  Alice  Miss,  res  Fruit  Vale  Heights 
Baxley  Frances  Miss,  res  Fruit  Vale  Heights 
Baxley  George  W,  drug  clerk,  res  1955  Union 
Baxley  John  YV  machine  hand,  res  1955  Union 
Baxley  John  \V  Jr,  carpenter,  res  1955  Union 
Baxley  Mary  Mrs,  res  Fruit  Vale  Heights 
Baxley  Samuel  A,  student,  res  1955  Union 
Baxley  Webb,  lumber  dealer,  S  F,  res  Fruit  Vale  Heights 
Baxley  William  T,    lumber    dealer,    S    F,    res    Fruit    Vale    O 

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Baxter  Edward,  clerk  S  P  Co,  rea  L057  Center  PJ 

Baxter  Ellery  K.  butcher  J  B  Baxter,  rea  26  Watta  ^ 

Baxter  Qawley  W.  capitalist.  S  F.  rea  1236  Adeline 
Baxter  James,  engineer,  rea  1916  Linden 
Baxter  James,  driver  Qui mby  A   Remmer,  res  810  Twenty-   ^ 

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Bay    District   School,    cor    San  Pablo    and    Crawford 
Bay  John,  laborer,  res  1723  Seventh 
Bayle  John  (Bayle,  La  Coste  &  Co)  res  S  F 
Bayle,  La  Coste  &  Co  (John  Bayle,  John  La  Coste,  John  and 

Peter  Barailles)  tripe,  Stock  Yards  and  S  F 
Bayles  Abraham,  house  mover,  res  873  Lydia 
Bayles  Eliza  Mrs,  res  612  Eleventh  ave 
Bayles  Geo,  house  mover,  res  1630  Adeline 
Bayles  Joseph,  house  mover,  res  873  Lydia 
Bayles  Wheeler,  house  mover,  res  873  Lydia 
Bayley  Alice  Miss,  res  1409  Castro 
Bayley  Arthur  N,  clerk,  S  F,  res  1307  Castro 
BAYLEY  CHAS  H,  photographer,  515  Seventh,  res 

220  North  Center 
Bayley  Geo  B,  capitalist,  S  F,  res  1307  Castro 
Bayley  Gertrude  Miss,  res  1307  Castro 
Bayley  Guy,  student,  res  1409  Castro 
Bayley  J  H  Mrs,  res  1409  Castro 
Bayley  Josephine  Miss,  res  1409  Castro 
Bayley  Norine  Miss,  student,  res  1409  Castro 
Bayly    Charles  F,  employe  Judson  Manufacturing  Co,  res 

Park  ave  nr  Horton 
Bayly  Henry,  foreman  Judson  Manufacturing  Co,  res  Park 

ave 
Bayly    Henry  Jr,  moulder  Judson  Manufacturing  Co,  res 

Park  ave 
Bayly  Henry  G,  employe  Judson  Manufacturing  Co,  res  Park 

ave  nr  Horton 
Bay  State   Bakery,  Joseph    N    Davidson    propr,  520    Four- 
teenth 
Beach  Andrew  C,  res  552  Albion 
Beach  Anne  Miss,  res  677  Third 
Beach  Charles  R,  res  677  Third 
Beach  Clara  Miss,  res  677  Third 
Beach  George  A,  res  1110  Alice 
Beach  H  H,  bookkeeper  William  Peck  &   Co,  S   F,  res  615 

Tenth 
Beach  John  (Harry  Inwall  &  Co)  res  418  Twelfth 
Beach  Mary  Miss,  clerk  Land  Title  Co,  res  677  Third 
Beach  Robert  C,  attorney-at-law  and   seacher   records  R  S 

Leckie,  677  Third 
Beach  Thomas,  res  1110  Alice 
Beacom  W  H,  teacher  English  and  Penmanship   Depue  & 

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Beadle  Charles  F,  salesman  Taft  &  Penuoyer,  res  520  Eigh- 
teenth 
Behan  Gus,  clerk  Joe  Lancaster,  res  838  Castro 
Beaizley  Win  B,  court  clerk,  S  F,  res  940  Filbert 
Beakley  Henry,  tvatchmaker  and  jeweler,  s  s  Columbus  ave 

bet  Maple  and  Telegraph  aves,  res  same 
Beal  Charles,  driver  Glaze  Bros,  res  956  Pine 
Beal  Kirk,  special  delivery  messenger  P  0,  res  801  Twenty- 
sixth 
Beal  Robert  W,  clerk  John  Cushing  &  Son,  res  969  Jefferson 
Beal  William  B,  broker,  S  F,  res  576  East  Fourteenth 
Beale  Annie  Miss,  dressmaker,  res  653  Adeline 
Beale  Jonathan,  carpenter  William  Berry,  res  653  Adeline 
Beals  Charles,  laundryman  Contra  Costra  Laundry 
Beals  H,  boilermaker  S  P  Co,  res  829  Cedar 
Beals  Henry,  mfr    Garland   Sewer  Traps,   1901    Broadway, 

res  same 
Beals  Wm,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Beam  Annie  Mrs,   res   San   Pablo   ave    cor  Sutter,    Golden 

Gate 
Beam  Isaiah  W,  asst  mgr    California   Wire  Works.  S  F,  res 

1458  Castro 
Beam  Joel  M,  cook,  res  1631  Market 
Beam  Mamie  Miss,  res  1631  Market 
Beam  Mary  G  Miss,  res  1352  Franklin 

Beaman  Archibald  F,  clerk,  S  F,  res  San  Pablo  ave  nr  Pow- 
ell, Golden  Gate 
Beaman  Harriet  L  Mrs,  res  718  Ninth 
Beamer  Charles,  laborer,  res  Franklin  Hotel 
Bean  Jackson,  bookkeeper  EBloomfield,  res  1232  San  Pablo 

ave 
Bean  Joseph,  doormaker  California  Door  Co,  res  S  F 
BEAN  L  D  MRS,  furnished  rooms,  8(>4  Washington 
Beau  Thomas,  inmate  Industrial  Home  for  the  Adult  Blind, 

res  same 
Bean  Wm  II.  sale-man,  res  1404  Tenth 
Beane  AlphonzoG,  plasterer,  res   Parson  nr  San  Pablo   ave, 
Golden  Gate 

Beans  Archibald,  carpenter,  re-  513  Ninth 

Bear  Abraham,  switchman  S  P  Co,  res  1  L65j  Seventh 
Bear  13  A.  repairer  R  R  shops,  res 703  Campbell 
Beard  Thomas,  farmer,  pes  Lake  Shore  ave 
BEARDSLEY  &  CRAM  (J  8  Beardsley  and  E  G 

Cram)  real  estate  and  insurance,  470  Tenth 
Beardsley  Effie  Miss,  music  teacher.  L262  Market 
Beardsley  ( reo,  decorator  Armstrong  A  Merchant 


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Beardsley  I.  res  1316  Grove 
Beardsley  Lydia  E,  1316  Grove 
Beardsley  Melvin  W,  paints,  S    F,    res    San    Pablo    ave    nr 

Forty-first 
Bearmier  Alice  Mrs,  house  cleaning,  res  S37  Brush 
Beary  William,  laborer  \Vinthrop  House 
Beasley  J  H,  agt   Grand   Rapids    Chair  Co,    res  117S   East 

Fourteenth 
Beasmore  Minnie  Miss,   clerk    Mrs    S   H  Harkins,  res  1127 

Thirteenth  ave 
Beatty  Belle  Miss,  compositor  Pacific   Press,  res  768  Twen- 
tieth 
Beattv  Josephine  Mrs,  with  Callustro  Companv,  res  Playter 

Block 
Beatty  Mary  Mrs.  widow,  res  76S  Twentieth 
Beatty  Thomas,  pressman  Pacific  Press,  res  76S  Twentieth 
Beaty  YVm,  carpenter,  res  362  Tenth 
Beauchamp  Joseph  E.   driver    B  B  £  P  R  R,    res  Piedmont 

ave  nr  Mountain  View  Cemetery 
Beaudrv  M   Florence   Miss,  res   Powell  cor  Eighth,  Golden 

Gate 
Beaudrv  Isabelle  Miss,  res  Powell  cor  Eighth.  Golden  Gate 
Beaudrv   Louis   M,  farmer,  res  Powell   cor  Eighth,  Golden 

Gate 
Beaudrv  Louis  M  Jr,  student,  res  Powell  cor  Eighth,  Golden 

Gate 
Beaugner  Anna  Mrs,  waitress  W  C  T  U  Restaursnt,  res  803 

Isabell 
Beauvais  Vinnie  Mrs,  res  951  Grove 
Becchio  R,  laborer  Alameda  Macadamizing  Co's  quarry,  res 

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Bechdel  Xelson  A,  machinist  R  R  shops,  res  876  Wood 
Becht  Charles  F,  res  1168  Webster 
Becht  Dora  Miss,  res  879  Twenty-second 
Bechtel  Fred  H,  mining,  res  Fruit  Vale  ave 
Bechtel  John,  res  1466  Eighth 
Bechtold  Annie  Mrs,  res  1169  Center 
Beck  Ada  Miss,  res  573  Sixteenth 
Beck  Emma  Miss,  laundress  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Beek  D  L  Mrs,  res  512  Twenty-second 
Beck  E  A  Miss,  res  573  Sixteenth 

Beck  Eugene  B,  commission  merchant,  S  F,  res  1339  Alice 
Beck  E  \V.  Mrs,  res  512  Twentv-second 
Beck  Frank,  res  626  Third 


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Beck  James,  carpenter,  res  573  Sixteenth 
Beck  Louis  I,  res  1917  Myrtle 
Beck  Melissa  Mrs,  res  1062  Twelfth  ave 
Beck  Josephine  Mrs,  res  cor  Eighth  and  Brush 
Beck  Miles  Mrs,  res  573  Sixteenth 
Beck  Robert  Mrs,  res  cor  Eighth  and  Brush 
Beck  Sarah  J  Mrs,  res  573  Sixteenth 
Beck  Thomas,  gardener,  res  1137  Filbert 
Beck  Walter  F  (D  L    Beck  &   Sons)  S  F,  res   512  Twenty- 
second 
Beck  Wm  E,  collector,  S  F,  res  1917  Myrtle 
Becker   Charles,  expressman,  1210  Twenty-eighth,  res  same 
Becker  Christopher,  paper  carrier,  res  1002  Third 
BECKER  FEED,  butcher  wholesale  and  retail,  829- 

S31  Broadway,  res  667  Fifth 
Becker    &    Koehler  (Peter    Becker  and  Herman  Koehler) 

saloon,  471  Seventh 
Becker  Paul,  student  Hopkins  Academy,  res  Berkeley 
Becker  Peter,  White  House  Saloon,  Seventh,  res  512  Fifth 
Beckert  Gustav,  propr  Liberty  Bakery,  857  Washington, res 

317  Seventh 
Beckerley  Edward,  butcher,  S  F,  res  1621  Taylor 
Beckerton  Charles  A,  stevedore,  S  F,  res  1411  Tenth 
Beckley  Wm   H,  traveling   agt  Minnesota  Thresher  Manu- 
facturing Co,  res  1273  San  Pablo  ave 
Beckman  Charles,  laundrvman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Beckwith  Alice,  compositor  Pacific  Press,  res  914  Wood 
Beckwith  L  Frank,  printer,  S  F,  res  914  Wood 
Beckwith  Mamie,  bookbinder  Pacific  Press,  res  914  Wood 
Bedbury    Andrew,    tinner    M    De    La    Montanya.    res   609 

Fourth 
Bedbury  George  W,  patent  sidewalk  layer,  res  609  Fourth 
Bedell  (leorge  S,  stevedore  res  709  Brush 
Bedell  Jonathan  X,  cook  Brooklyn  Restaurant,  res  Twenty- 
first  ave  and  Easl  Fourteenth 
Beebe  C  W  (Trumbull  &  Beebe)  S  F.  res  .">7o  Eighteenth 
Beebe  Edwin  L,  cigar.-.  [154  Franklin,  res  same 
Beebe  Minnie  Miss,  rea  1121  Campbell 
Beebe  Nelson  II.  Laborer  s  P  Co,  res  1 121  Campbell 
Beebe  William  B,  res  L709  Chase 

Beeby  James,  farmer,  res  w  s  Telegraph  ave  nr  Forty-eighth 
BEEBY  ROBERT  J,   harness,    saddles,     bridles, 
whips}  horse   clothing,  etc,  harness   cleaned   and     re- 
paired, L058  Broadway,  rea  624  Twelfth 
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Beekman  Pauline  Mrs  (Beekman  &  Newman)  res  825  Mar- 
ket 
Beel  Martin  S  (Harris  &  Beel)  res  1986  Webster 
Beensy  J  H,  employe  S  P  Co,  res  The  Centennial 
Beer  John  M,  cigar  mfr,  703  Twenty-eighth,  res  same 
Beers  Joseph  M,  foundryman,  S  F,  res  636  Valdez 
Beggs  Harry,  salesman,  S  F,  res  407  Sixth 
Beggs  John,  laborer,  res  407  Sixth 
Behrens  Henry  C  F,  physician,  1380  Tenth,  res  same 
Behrens  Walter  N  F,  clerk,  S  F,  res  979  Cypress 
Behrens  Wilhelm,  seaman,  res  217  Second 
Behrmann  C  Mrs,  res  s  s  Forty-sixth  nr  Shattuck  ave 
Behrmann' Henry,  butcher  Henry  Jund,  res  s  s  Forty-sixth 

nr  Shattuck  ave 
Behrmann  John  C,  saloon,  367  Thirteenth,  res  same 
Behrmann   John  W,  salesman,  res  Forty-sixth  nr  Shattuck 

ave 
Behrmann  Wm,  bottler,  res  s  s  Forty-sixth  nr  Shattuck  ave 
Beirs  Charles,  cabinet  maker  C  Schreiber 
Belcher  Clara  E  Miss,  res  1143  Myrtle 
Belcher  Fidelia  M  Miss,  res  1143  Myrtle 
Belcher  Fred  P,  drayman,  S  F,  res  1143  Myrtle 
Belcher  Gilbert  L,  salesman  H  P  Gregory  &  Co,  S  F,  res  1133 

Myrtle 
Belden  Edwin  S,   court  stenographer,  S   F,  res  2520  Tele- 
graph ave 
Belden  Ella  D  Mrs,  widow,  res  1326  Twelfth 
Belden  Fannie  L  Miss,  res  1326  Twelfth 
Belden  Frank,  letter  carrier,  res  1156  Broadway 
Belden  Harry,  cigar  mfr,  506  Sixteenth,  res  same 
Belden  Harry  B,  bookkeeper  Scotchler  &  Gottshall  res  1326 

Twelfth" 
Belden  Henry  K,  mgr  Hartford  Fire  Insurance  Co,  S  F,  res 

1167  Oak 
Belden  M  Mrs,  dressmaker,  1169  Washington,  res  same 
Belfils  Victor,  teamster,  res  2304  San  Pablo  ave 
Belknap  Joseph,  laborer,  res  Prescott  House 
Bell  A  P  (Hierlihy,  Bell  &  Co)  res  313  Seventh 
Bell  Charles,  gardener,  res  1112  Thirtieth 
Bell  Charles  L,  miner,  res  1713  Lincoln 
Bell  F  A  Mrs,  The  Centennial 
Bell  Flora  Miss,  wood  carver  and  china  painter  and  teacher 

Field  Seminary,  res  763  Twelfth 
Bell  Grant,  clerk,  S  F,  res  1231  Myrtle 


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Bell  Harry,  gardener,  res  s  s  Linden  bet  Broadway  and 
Telegraph  ave 

Bell  Henry,  res  1112  Thirtieth 

Bell  Hugh  J,  carpenter,  res  1014  Twenty-fourth 

Bell  James,  res  Ross  House 

Bell  Joseph  H,  builder,  res  763  Twelfth 

Bell  Mary  Mrs,  res  1052  Twenty-fifth  ave 

Bell  Mary  E  Miss,  res  1360  Webster 

Bell  Robert  E,  druggist,  1301  Broadway  and  1302  Telegraph 
ave,  res  same 

Bell  Thomas,  contractor  and  builder,  res  767  Thirteenth 

Bell  W  G,  tallyman,  res  1311  San  Pablo  ave 

Bell  Win,  printer  Tribune  Publishing  Co,  res  St  John 

Bell  William  S,  miner,  res  1713  Lincoln 

Bell  Win  H,  caulker,  S  F,  res  1863  Seventh 

Bell  William  T,  phvsician,  S  F,  res  1360  Webster 

Bell  William  T  Jr,  res  1360  Webster 

Bella rs  Wm  T,  carpet  cleaning,  res  922  Center 

Bellermann  Emil,  asst  cashier  Pacific  Bank,  S  F,  res  n  s 
Summer  nr  Adeline 

Bellershein  Geo  J,  special  insurance  agt  iEtna  Co,  res  873 
Filbert 

Belle vue  Nursery,  Albert  Vinther  propr,  Piedmont  ave  nr 
Booth 

Bellew  Delcar,  plumber,  res  1912  Myrtle 

Bellier  Edouard,  plumber,  res  Capital  House 

Belli n gall  Catherine  Mrs,  res  227  Tenth 

Bellingall  Cora  V  Miss,  student,  res  1415  Filbert 

Bellingall  Peter  W,  customs  broker,  S  F,  res  1415  Filbert 

Bellingall  Ralph,  clerk,  S  F,  res  1415  Filbert 

Bellman  John,  bricklayer,  res  Weber  Hotel 

Bclloir  Peter,  conductor  S  P  Co,  res  1222  Chestnut 

Belmont  Stables,  806  Broadway 

Belott  C  T,  painter  Farwell  &  Russell 

Belouze  Win,  capitalist,  res  1773  Seventh 

Below  Wilhelm,  upholsterer,  res  San  Pablo  ave  nr  Klinkner 
ave.  ( Jnlden  ( fate 

Belrose  Eugene,  floorman  Dashaway  Stables,  rea  370  Elev- 
enth 

Belrose  Louis,  conductor  O  C  Co,  res  2310  San  Pablo  ave 

Briton  Owen,  re-  908  East  Sixteenth 

Bemis  Orlando,  butcher,  479  East  Twelfth,  res  East  Oak- 
land  Hotel 

Bendal  Charles,  monlder,  res 206  Hannah 

Bendel  Hermann  (Tillmann   A-    Bendel)  S  F,  res  NE  cor 

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fc     ^  and  loan  agents,  457  Ninth  ~    m 

K     |   Benedict  Emanuel,  barher  James  Washington,  res  848  Thir-   J 
<     I  teenth  I  JjJ 

|f  Benedict  Emily  C  Miss,  dressmaker,   261  Twelfth,  res  same        ^. 
X    |   BENEDICT    NEWTON,  (Benedict,  Capell  &  Co)    ^  JE 

•    -*  notary  public,  res  1607  Ninth  ave 

5    ?J   Benfra  William,  carpenter,  res  Geischen  House 
•*         Bengton  John,  teamster  Wm  T  Sagehorn,  res  603  Sixth 
**-*^>  Benham  A  M  (Benham  &  Thomas)  res  554  Thirteenth 
-  "     Benham  A  Morse,  pianos,  S  F,  res  554  Thirteenth 

BENHAM  &  THOMAS  (A  M  Benham  and  W  K  '  O 
Thomas)  real  estate,  insurance  and  investors,  471  ^\ 
Ninth  y 

Benham  T  W ,  lieut  U  S  Revenue  Service,  res  1067  Brush        -^^~ 
Benjamin  Clayton  J,  res  1067  Sixteenth  j  hh 

Benjamin  C  J  Mrs,  music  teacher,  1067  Sixteenth  q 

Benjamin  Ed  H,  clerk  City  Supt  of  Streets,  res  722  Tenth 
Benjamin  O  A  Mrs,  res  869  East  Fifteenth 
Benjamin  Philip  L,  atty-at-law,  S  F,  res  2223  Elm 
Beiike  A  W,  carriage  painter,  res  410  Tenth 
Benner  Edwin,  pattern  maker,  res  777  Sixteenth 
Benner  Ehvin,  constructing  engineer,  res  Columbus  ave  cor 
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Benner  Frederick  M,  melter  U  S   Mint,  S  F,    res   777  Six-  I  p    Q 

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Benner  Harry,  insurance  clerk,  res  777  Sixteenth  M   ^ 

Bennet  Cordelia  Miss,  res  922  Tenth  ^   y 

Bennet  Eleanor  Miss,  res  922  Tenth  Q 

Bennet  Frances  H  Mrs,  res  174  Sixth  £  <j 

Bennet  Thomas,  mgr  Accident  Department  Pacific  Mutual    £  S 

Insurance  Co,  S  F,  res  922  Tenth  *■  ^ 

Bennett  Alfred  A,  carpenter,  res  861  Twenty-seventh  P 

Bennett  Alfred  E,  foreman   San  Francisco  Planing  Mills,    ^    PJ 

S  F,  res  540  Twenty-second 
Bennett  Bernard,  fruit  peddler,  res  653  Jackson 
Bennett  Charles,  fruit  pedler,  res  653  Jackson 
Bennett  Charles  R,  sec  Society  S  V,  S  F,  res  1211  WTest 
Bennett  Charles  S  (Bennett,  Knowlton  &  Co)  res  463  Third 
Bennett  E'A  Mrs,  res  2225  Chestnut  $ 

Bennett  Edward  M,  railway  conductor,  res  2067  San  Pablo 

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Bennett  E  M  Mrs,  res  2067  San  Pablo  ave 
Bennett  Emma  J  Miss,  res  721  Sixth 
Bennett  Harry,  res  973  Fifth  ave 
Bennett  Henry  F,  carpenter,  res  215  Fifth 
Bennett  I  Newton,  farmer,  res  972  East  Seventeenth 
Bennett  Robert  H,  res  cor  Adeline  and  E  Fourteenth 
Bennett  Robert  H  Jr,  clerk,  res  Adeline  nr  East  Fourteenth 
Bennett  Herbert  W,  professor  music,  res  1212  Webster 
Bennett    Herbert    R,  student    Sackett   School,  res   563  Fif- 
teenth 
Bennett  Irwin,  clerk  Central  Supply  Co,  res  1212  Webster 
Bennett  Jennie  Miss,  res  2067  San  Pablo  ave 

BENNETT,  KNOWLTON  &  CO  (C  B  Bennett, 

George  K  Knowlton  and  Win  Gav)  proprietors  Novelty 
Wood  Works,  463  Third 
Bennett  L  J  (Bennett  &  Son)  res  1310  San  Pablo  ave 
Bennett  Maggie   Miss,  employe   Cotton   Mills,  E   0,  res   823 

Filbert 
Bennett  Maggie  A  Miss,  res  721  Sixth 
Bennett  Orvill  D,  machine  hand  Eagle  Planing  Mill,  res  s  s 

Sixth  bet  Brush  and  Castro 
Bennett  &  Son  (V  E  and  L  J  Bennett)  groceries,  fruits  and 

produce,  1308  San  Pablo  ave 
Bennett    Theodore  A,  driver   W    A    Rouse   &  Co,  res   222" 

Chestnut 
Bennett    Thomas,    Pacific    Mutual    Life    and    Accident  In- 
surance, S  F,  res  922  Tenth 
Bennett  V  E  (Bennett  &  Son)  res  1310  San  Pablo  ave 
Bennett   Win    D,  fireman    Electric   Light,  Oakland  Pier,  res 

360  Tenth 
Bennett  W'm  R,  clerk,  res  721  Sixth 

Bennison  Andrew  B,  traveling  agt,  S  F,  res  7.78  Nineteenth 
BeunisoD  Edward,  res  1302  Tenth 
Bennison  George  E,  mining,  res  L302  Tenth 
Bennison    .lame-,  employe   Win   II   Weilbye,  res    Lusk   off 

Fori  ieth 
Benoil  Pierre,  rea  567  Second 
Benson  A lanson,  rea  1 1  ic>  Filbert 
Benson  Carrie  L  Miss,  rea  956  Twelfth 
Benson  George  M.  rea  956  Twelfth 
Benson  1  Eenry  A.  rea  956  Twelfth 
Benson  Julia  8  Miss,  rea  2154  Chestnut 
Benson  Nellie  M  Miss,  rea  1116  Filberl 
BENSON     PATRICK    F,    attorney-at-law    456 
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Benson  S    J,    cloaks    and   suits  1115    Broadway,   res    1569 

Twenty-first  ave 
Benter  Amelia  Mrs,  res  229  Hannah 
Benter  Henry,  fringe  maker,  res  229  Hannah 
Benter  John  0,  fringe  maker,  res  229  Hannah 
Bentlev  David  H,  supt  Honduras  Mining  Co,  res  1365Tenth 
Bentley  Frank  S,  clerk,  S  F,  res  258  Eighth 
Bentlev  Lettie  E  Miss,    teacher    Franklin    School,  res    580 

Twentieth 
Bentley  M  A  Mrs,  colorist  E  D  Ormsbv,  res  1162  Market 
Bentley  Mary  C  Miss,  res  1162  Market 

Bentley  Mary  W  Mrs,    musi<  teacher,  258  Eighth,  res  same 
Bentley   R  Rev,  presiding    elder   M    E    Church,   res  1014 

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Bentley  William  G,  clerk,  res  1162  Market 
Bentley  W  R,  capitalist,  res  Market  St  House 
Bento  Antone,  laborer  S  P  Co 
Benton  Joseph  A  Rev,  professor  Theological  Seminary,  res 

437  Hawthorne 
Benton  Joseph  A  Tr,   student    State    University,    res    573 

Thirty-fifth 
Benton  Robert  G,  farmer,  res  573  Thirty-fifth 
Bentz  Henry  C,  clerk  F  Senram  &  Co,  res  317  Eleventh 
Benzon  August  F,    commission    merchant,    S  F,    res    1036 

Chester 
Berar  Achille,  Oakland    French  Laundry,  res   960  Twenty- 
ninth 
Bercovich  Abraham  (Bercovich  Bros)  res  320  Fourth 
Bercovich  Augusta,  res  320  Fourth 
Bercovich  Brothers  (Louis  and  Abraham)  NE  cor  Fourth 

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Bercovich  Burt,  clerk  H  M  Coffee,  res  324  Fourth 
Bercovich  Henry,  cigar  maker,  res  320  Fourth 
Bercovich  Louis  (Bercovich  Bros)  res  322  Fourth 
Bercovich  Samuel,    coremaker    City    Brass   Works,  res  320 

Fourth 
Berdan  George  N,  carpenter,  S  F,  res  961  Chester 
Berdan  Minnie  Mus,  res  961  Chester 
Beretta  Csesar  L,  stenographer,  S  F,  res  957  Fourth  ave 
Beretta  Celestine  Miss,  res  957  Fourth  ave 
Beretta  Italo,  optician,  res  957  Fourth  ave 
Beretta  Wm,  bookkeeper,  S  F,  res  957  Fourth  ave 
Berg  Charles,  laborer,  res  983  Center 
Berge  F  J,  stock  broker,  res  1120  Washington 
Berg  H  T,  mariner,  res  1571  Fifth 


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Berg  Maurice  A,  artists'  materials,  pictures,  frames,  ifcc,  1105 

Washington,  res  Alameda 
Bergen  Peter  J,  machinist,  660  Washington 
Berger  Carl  F,  student,  res  1037  Linden 
Berber  Ella  Miss,  music  teacher,  res  14.~>4  Tenth  ave 
Berger  Fred,  machinist  R  R  shops,  res  515  Broderick,  S  F 
Berger  John  W,  auditor  Oakland  Bank  of  Savings,  res  1454 

Tenth  ave 
Berger  Lillian  Miss,  teacher,  res  1454  Tenth  ave 
Berger  Nicholas,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  1373  Eighteenth 
Berges  Baptiste,  laundryman  French  Laundry,  res  1515  San 

Pablo  ave 
Berghoff  Peter,  coachman  Francis  M  Smith,  res  cor  Eighth 

ave  andl£ast  Twenty-fourth 
Bergman  Minnie,  domestic,  941  Adeline 
Bergner  Charles  F,  res  34  Hannah 
Bergtholdt  Christian,  res  866  Castro 
Beringer  Minnie  Miss,  res  105o  Washington 
Berit  Jules,  fish  peddler,  res  416  Second 
Berit  Peter,  fish  and  poultrv  dealer,  421  Second 

BERKELEY  CITY  DIRECTORY,  F  M  Hus- 

ted  publisher,  604  Merchant  St,  S  F,  and  Hardy's  Book- 
Store,  961  Broadway,  Oakland 

Berkeley  Samuel,  pile  driver,  res  Railroad  Exchange 
j  Berkmeyer  Anton,  sausage  maker,  res  907  East  Twelfth 

Be  r  km  an  G,  carpenter,  res  1769  Goss  (up  stairs) 

Berlin  Charles,  farmer,  res  Fruit  Vale 

Berlin  C  II.  real  estate,  408  Ninth 

Berling  John,  engineer,  res  1111  Sixteenth  ave 

Berminghain  Mollie,  domestic,  1335  Myrtle 

Bernal  Charles,  mattress  maker  E  Hook,  res  end  of  Mitchell 

Bernal   Eugene,    plaster   grader    Kelletl    &    McMurray,  res 
Fruit  Vale 

Bernal  Louis,  res  end  of  Mitchell 

Bernal  Maria  Mrs,  res  end  of  Mitchell 

Bernaldo  Joseph,  laborer  California  Pottery  and  Teria  Cotta 
Co 

Bernamayon    Josie  Miss,    fruit  store,  1147-j  E  Fourteentl 
res  2037  E  Fourteenth 

Bernamayon  Madeline  Mrs,  rea  2037  E  Fourteenth 

Bernard  John  (Cruz  &  Bernard)  res  221  Helen 

Bernard  Joseph  (Garcia  &  Bernard)  res  916  E  sixteenth 

Bernard  Joseph,  Lahorer,  res  1710  Pacific 

Bernard  Otto  Albert,  I'  8  Commissioner,  res  L410  Tenth 

Bernardo  Joseph  F,  saloon,  751  Willow,  res  1 7 7 ii  Atlantic 


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Bernazzani    Guiseppe,    laborer,  res    s  s    Forty-second    first 
house  from  Telegraph  ave 

Bernett  Gretchen  Miss,  res  607  Sixth 

Bernett  Herman,  compositor,  res  607  Sixth 

Bernett  P  Mrs,  res  607  Sixth 

Bernett  Richard,  pressman  Oakland  Journal,  res  607  Sixth 

Bernhardt  Charles,  res  312  Sixth 

Bernheim  Emanuel,  res  114  Eleventh 

Bernheim  Maurice  H,  boots  and  shoes,  S  F,  res  114  Elev- 
enth 

Bernheim  Willie  A,  traveling  agt,  res  114  Eleventh 

Berninger  Gussie  Miss,  res  313  Tenth 

Bernstein  Edward,  notary   public,  468  Ninth,  res  1018  Jef- 
ferson 

Bernstein  Fred  E  (Bernstein  &  Von  Adelung)  res  1018  Jef- 
ferson 

Bernstein  Flora  Miss,  res  1018  Jefferson 

Bernstein  Ida  E  Miss,  saleslady  Bernstein  &  Von  Adelung 

Bernstein  Isaac,  salesman  J  Letter,  res  612  Fourth 

Bernstein  &  Von  Adelung   (Fred   E  Bernstein   and  Alexis 
Von  Adelung)  dry  goods,  1057  Broadway 

Berrey  David,  harness   and   saddlery,  423   Eighth,  res  828 
Webster 

Berrien  Richard  C,  painter,  res  823  Kirkham 

Berry  Anna  Miss,  milliner,  res  995  Center 

Berry  Arthur  W,  student,  res  916  Filbert 

Berry  Charles,  laborer,  res  905  E  Fifteenth 

Berry  Charles  O,  millwright  Eagle  Box  Co,  res  1727  William 

Berry  Eva  A  Miss,  res  469  E  Eleventh 

Berry  Frederick  T,  insurance  agt,  S  F,  res  997  Center 

Berry  George,  res  995  Center 

Berry  James  C,  bar  tender  Newland  House,  res  same 

Berry  John,  res  873  Peralta 

Berry  John,  carpenter  William  Berry,  1608  William 

Berry  John,  tailor,  res  1727  William 

Berry  Lizzie  Miss,  res  995  Center 

Berry  Lucy,  dressmaker,  res  828  Webster 

Berry  Mabel  Miss,  res  916  Filbert 

Berry  Mary  Miss,  operator  Sunset  Telephone  and  Telegraph 
Co,  res  995  Center 

Berry  Mary  J  Mrs,  widow,  res  995  Center 

Berry    May    Miss,    forelady    ironing    room    Contra    Costa 
Laundry 

Berry  Nathaniel  W,  res  916  Filbert 

Berry  N  G  Mrs,  res  Newland  House 

Berry  Richard,  saloon  keeper,  res  1523  Fifth 


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Sixth 

Berry  William,  carpenter,  1786  Division,  res  same  • 

Berry  Win,  mining,  res  469  E  Eleventh 

Berry  William  R,  bookkeeper,  S  F,  res  995  Center 

Berry  Zora  B  Miss,  res  469  E  Eleventh 

Berwick  Alexander,  iron  moulder,  res  149  Ninth 

Berwick  Chas  C,  plumber,  res  1409  Ninth 

.Berwick  David,  res  1409  Ninth 

Berwick  David  Jr,  plumber,  res  1409  Ninth 

Berwick  Edith  Miss,  res  1409  Ninth 

Berwick  Edward,  machinist,  res  1409  Ninth 

Berwick  Fred  C,  pattern  maker,  res  1409  Ninth 

Besancon  Eugene,  boots  and  shoes,  1260  San  Pablo  ave,  res 
same 

Besse  Joseph  O,  salesman,  S  F,  res  1157  Peralta 

Besser  Saven,  blacksmith,  res  1569  Fifth 

Betancue  A  M  Miss,  res  487  Twenty-sixth 

Betancue  Joseph,  life  insurance  agt,  res  475  Ninth 

Betancue  Joseph  F,  contractor,  509  Eleventh,  res  487  Twen- 
ty-sixth 

Betancue  Lizzie  C  Miss,  teacher  Durant  School,  res  487 
Twenty-sixth 

Betkin  Henry  M,  cashier,  S  F,  res  914  Chester 

Betmon  John,  laborer  Boyle,  La  Coste  &  Co,  res  nr  Stock 
Yard  Station 

Betten  Henry,  butcher,  res  575  Third 

Bettencourt  Antone  de  S,  res  1462  Fifth 

Bcttencourt  J  de  S,  physician,  res  1462  Fifth 

Px'ttes  Adoniram,  carpenter,  res  863  Alice 

Bettman  J  J,  capitalist,  res  Galindo  Hotel 

Betts  Albert  G,  student  Sackett  School,  res  1124  Myrtle 

Betta  Lizzie  Miss,  teacher  kindergarten,  res  1124  Myrtle 

Betta  Mary,  widow,  res  694  Twenty-seventh 

Betts  Win  N,  carriage  spring  mfr,  S  F,  res  1124  Myrtle 

Betz  Geo,  res  629  Brush 

Betz  Henry,  teamster,  res  661  Third 

Betz  Philip,  res  852  Franklin 

Bevan  William  II,  carpenter,  res  Rockridge  Park 

Beyer  Win  E,  pea  L218  Fourteenth 

Beynon  Benjamin  P,  engineer  Judson  Manufacturing  Co, 
rea  Forty-tjiird  cor  Balem 

Beynon  John,  roller  Judson  Manufacturing  Co,  rea  Forty- 
third  cor  Salem 

Beynon  Martha  •!  Mi  —  ,  rea  Forty-third  cor  Balem 

Beynon  Mary  .1  Mrs,  rea  Forty-third  cor  Salem 

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Beynon  William,  saloon,    Park  ave  nr  Halleck,  Emeryville, 
res  same 

Beyer  Wm  C,  saloon,  S  F,  res  1218  Fourteenth 

Bialoglowski  J,  junk,  414  Sixth,  res  same 

Bibber  Thomas,  driver  Louis  Shaffer,  res  555  Sixth 

Bibby  Richard,  builder,  res  1263  E  Eleventh 

Bibins  AC  Miss,  res  1705  Eighth 

Bible  Students'  Library,  published   weekly  by  Pacific  Press 
Publishing  Co,  cor  Twelfth  and  Castro 

Bice  John,  engineer  S  P  Co,  res  726  Chester 

Bickel  H  T,  vice-pres    Washington    College,   Irvington,  res 
419  Delger 

Bickerton  A  Miss,  res  626  Seventeenth 

Bickerton  J  R,  res  626  Seventeenth 

Bicycle  Repairing  Shop,  MONIAK  PAUL  LEON- 
ARD, 1414  San  Pablo  ave 

Bidache  &  Junqua  (P  Bidache  and  U  Junqua)   proprs  Oak- 
land French  Bakery,  820  Franklin 

Bidache  P  (Bidache  &  Junqua)  res  820  Franklin 

Biddle  Walter  S,  clerk   C   B    Seymour,    res   Grand   Central 
House 

Bidleman  Enoch  G,  wholesale    liquors,    S  F,  res  117  Thir- 
teenth 

Bidwell  J  P  Mrs,  res  1359  Brush 

Bidenbach  C  L,  principal  Peralta  District  Public  School,  res 
Humboldt  ave  nr  D wight  Way 

Bielawski  Susan  Mrs,  dressmaker,  1503  Seventh,  res  same 

Bielawski  Wm,  cigar  dealer,  S  F,  res  1503  Seventh 

Bieler  Frank,  wines    and    liquors,    809   E    Fourteenth,  res 
same 

Bierce  A  D  Mrs,  res' 549  Twenty-second 

Bierce  A  S,  employe  U  S  Mint,  S  F,  res  1013  Fourteenth 

Bierce  F  L  Mrs,  res  549  Twenty-second 

Biers  Charles  H,  cabinet  maker,  res  961  Twenty-sixth 

Biers  Bella  Miss,  res  961  Twenty-sixth 

Biers  Bella,  domestic  1412  Castro 

Bigelow  C  A  Mrs,  the  Bigelow    Shirt   to    order,    1486   San 

Pablo  ave,  res  1490  San  Pablo  ave 
Bigelow  C  E,  res  Tubbs  Hotel 

Bigelow  Elijah,  real  estate    and   insurance,    458  Ninth,  res 

762  Thirteenth 
Bigelow  H  Allen,  res  910  Willow 
Bigelow  G  L,  commercial  traveler,  res  829  Willow 
Bigelow  H  L  Mrs,  hot  air  baths,  res  1304  Eighth 
Bigelow  L  E  Miss,  res  1157  Jefferson 
Bigelow  Miss,  res  Nucleus  House 


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Bigelow  0  E,  picture  frames  and  mouldings,  1486  San  Pablo 
ave,  res  1490  San  Pablo  ave 

Bigelow  Walter  S,  res  722  Sycamore 

Biggins  Win  M,  contractor,  res  1413  West 

Biggs  Theodore  P,  banjo  mfr,  369  Thirteenth 

BIG  GUN  SALOON,  Stewart  &  Comstock  proprie- 
tors, cor  Seventh  and  Cedar 

Bignama  Frank,  carpenter  Wm  H  Weilbye,  res  566  Twenty- 
second 

Bignami  C  Mrs,  res  566  Charter 

Bignami  Dominick,  architect,  S  F,  res  560  Charter 

Bilger  F  W,  collector  The  Oakland  Paving  Co,  res  353  East 
Fifteenth 

BILLESBACK  GEORGE,  saloon,  477  Eighth, 
res  same 

Billings  Charles  E,  painter  and  paper  hanger,  res  1S27  Sev- 
enth 

Billings  Martha  S  Mrs,  widow,  res  Vernon  Heights 

Billington  Clara  W,  milliner  F  M  Reed  &  Co,  res  1014  Ches- 
ter 

Billington  Isaac  F,  clerk,  S  F,  res  1014  Chester 

Billis  James,  res  Forty-fifth  nr  Adeline 

Bills  John  H,  collector  Amador  Marble  Co,  res  1420+  San 
Pablo  ave 

Bills  Minnie  Miss,  res  1420+  San  Pablo  ave 

Bills  Rel-ecca  A  Miss,  teacher  Lincoln  School,  res  1060  Sev- 
enth ave 

Biltz  Frederick  R,  agl  Wheeler  &  Wilson  Mfg  Co,  res 
270  Seventh 

Binder  Geo  J,  theological  student,  res  Is  1  Plymouth  ave 

Bingham  Adelaide  Mrs.  res 504  Fifteenth 

Bingham  Evangeline  E  Miss,  physician,  ">(|i  Fifteenth,  res 
same 

Bingham  -I  1>.  employe  Burnham-Standeford  Co 

I>i  •  i  Sarango,  laundry  man  Contra  Costa  Laundry 

Bionepini  Ottavio,  blacksmith,  res  St  Louis  Hous 

Bird  A  S  Miss,  res  605  Tenth 

Bird  Frank,  employe  S  P  Co,  rea  L 159  Seventh 

Bird  Mary  Miss,  rea  225  Ettie 

Bird  Mary  A  Mrs,  rea  H6  E  Twenty-third 

Bird  Mrs,  rea  1 159  Seventh 

Bird  Peter,  employe  Judson  Manufacturing  Co,  rea  Com- 
mercial   I  'ni<>U   I  Intel 

Bird  William,  barber,  rea  s,|s  Jefferson 

Bird  William  A,  carpenter,  rea  L075  Twenty-second  ave 

Birdsall  Eliza  A  Mrs,  pee  L227  Eleventh  a 


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Births  August,  laborer,  res  Overland  House 
*  Bisazzi  F  G,  propr  Long  Branch  Restaurant,  1165  Franklin, 

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<     |  Bisbey  Frank,  hopperman  Oregon  Improvement  Co,  res  620  cc  py 

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-S    £  Bisbev  Frank,  machine  hand  Pacific  Coast  Planing  Mill  gl  ^cj 

.    *  BISBEE   S   B  MISS,  school   for  young  ladies   and  |  hJ 

^    5J            little  girls  N   W  cor  Seventh    ave    and  E     Sixteenth,  £• 

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Bischoff  Michael,  employe  Pacific  Iron  and  Xail  Co,  1005  i  k* 

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Qh     BISHOP  A  W,  attorney-at-law  and  secretary  Mutual  (&4 

^£             Endowment    Association    of   Oakland,    906    Broadway  F  g 

L^             rooms  12  and  13,  res  1165  Jackson  p  HH 

£*T   J  Bishop  Chauncev  G,  Deputv  County  Assessor,  res  813  Twen-  bd  2 

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Bishop   Edgar,  agt   Oakland   Art  Pottery   and  Terra  Cotta  ~  ^ 

^"*              Works,  office  1355  Broadway,  res  1165  West  *  5 

^J   '  Bishop  Emma  Miss,  res  415  Tenth  q 

ly>     Bishop  Ellen,  domestic  James  A  Johnson,  1369  Thirteenth  g  hh 

r!              ave  5"  u 

W     Bishop  Frank,  clerk  E  G  Buswell  &  Co,  res  415  Fourth  f-  Pi 

(ij     Bishop  George  D,  carpenter  S  P  Co,  res  951  Wood  s  CC 

J^     Bishop  Homer,  res  V62  Chestnut  « 

^^     Bishop  Howard,  paper  hanger   E  G  Buswell  &  Co,  res  415  S* 

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[ij     Bishop  Ira,  mgr  S  F  Tool  Co,  res  1545  Webster  (• 

Bishop  J,  carpenter  R  R  shops,  res  1611  Twelfth  • 

Bishop  John,  carpenter,  res  602  Sixteenth  gj 

Bishop  Lester,  carpenter,  res  813  Twentieth  • 

Bishop  Lucius   D,  carpenter  Eagle   Planing    Mills,  res  869  |^ 

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Bishop  Mis,  res  Home  for  Aged  Women  H 

Bishop  Nellie,  domestic,  367  E  Fourteenth  ^H 

Bishop  Peter  A,  clerk  John  Hanly,  res  1709  Seventh  CL^ 

Bishop  Robert,  teamster  E  G  Buswell  &  Co,  res  415  Fourth  f*J 
Bissell  Wm  C,  clerk  S  F,  res  511  Seventeenth 
q"   Bitterly  Justine,  cook  Elite  Restaurant,  res  233  Second 
Q3     Bitterly  Mamie  Miss,  res  cor  Second  and  Alice 

Bittermann  Charles,  Brooklvn  Meat  Market.  765  E  Twelfth,  ^ 

res  612  E  Fifteenth  ^  2 
Bitters  H,  carpenter,  res  Prescott  House 
Bittner  Amelia  Miss,  res  1017  E  Fifteenth 

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Bittner  Amelia,  domestic,  1415  Filbert 

Biven  Amelia  Miss,  res  1422  Twelfth  • 

Biven  Frederick,  compositor  Bulletin,  S  F,  res  1422  Twelfth  ?LpS 

£  Q  Bivina  Abbie  C  Miss,  res  1705  Eighth  Sj 

I  J   Bixbv  F  A  Miss,  res  1311  Sixteenth  ave  B 

CQ  J   Bixby  Levi  R,  res  1462  Brush  [S 

.  ^  Bixby  Levi  S,  Deputy  County  Assessor,  res  1470  Brush  §g! 

-^  ^    Bizlov  Susan,  domestic,  904  Filbert  pj 

i—  O   Bjorqvist  Andrew,  laborer,  res  Overland  House  P==a 

Blachowski  Thomas,  carpenter,  res  1216  Magnolia  ^^m 

ft         Black  Albert,  Co-operative  Ice  Co,  1318  Eighth  <s=*a 

^         Black  Albert  L,  student,  res  1281  Eighth  f^ 

(A        Black  Alex  W,  salesman  Wheeler  &  Wilson  Manufacturing  _^ 

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fa         Black  Charles  A,  bricklayer,  res  837  Twenty-ninth 
3         Black  Clara    K  Mrs,  res  Lynde  bet  Peralta  and   Fruit   Vale 
CL  aves 

Black  D,  operator  S  P  Co,  res  931  Pine 

mJ}    Black  Fred  F,  expressman,  res  1672  Atlantic  2^» 

Black  George,  groceries,  wines  and  liquors,  1700  Seventh,  ,_    J 

5n3  res  863  Willow  ^ 

IjM     Black  Georgie  Miss/bookkeeper  George  Black,  res  863  Wil-  8* 

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■5P    BLACK   H    C,  successor   to   Arper    Bros,  Illuminating  ^J 

BJ  and  Lubricating  Oils  SE   cor   Ninth  and  Webster,  res  n=-j 

1381  Eighth  ^J 

Black  Henry,  res  668  Fourteenth 
|"^    Black  II  C,  driver  SE  cor  Webster  and  Ninth,  res  619  Nine 
^^  teenth 

r^    Black  Josiah,  carpenter,  res  837  Twenty-ninth  00 

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Blackburn  Angie  Miss,  res  719  Fourth  W 

Blackburn    Charles,     woodworker    Hugh    Frazer,    res     719    r* 

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Blackburn    Grace    Miss,  res    Green    nr    Hallett    ave,  Stock 

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Blackburn   Joel   L,  cattle  dealer,  rea  Green  nr  Hallett  ave,  jjj 

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Blacketl  Mary  M  Mrs,  rea  931  Magnolia  H 

Blackford  Wm  M,  studenl  John  Yule,  rea  I860  Brush  fl 

Blackie  Walter,  rea  L330  Filbert  DO 

Blackman  Wm  II,  painter  W  W  Tucker,  51  I  Fifteenth 
Blackwell  M  D,  clerk  JAS  A  JOYCE,  rea  The  Ailing 

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Blackwell  M  E  Mrs,  rea  L015  Eighth 


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Blackwood  Alice  Miss,  res  1210  Fourteenth 
Blackwood  Elia  Miss,  teacher,  res  1210  Fourteenth 
Blackwood  James,  plumber  Alex  H  McKown 
Blackwood  Rebecca  Miss,  student,  res  1210  Fourteenth 
Blackwood    Richard    H,    Janitor    High    School,    res    1210 

Fourteenth 
Blackwood  Robert,  student,  res  1210  Fourteenth 
Blaess  M  &  Co,    (John  Winter  and    M  Blaess)    restaurant, 

1804  Seventh 
Blaikie  George,  student,  res  1720  Chase 
Blaikie  George  W,  ship  joiner,  res  1720  Chase 
Blaikie  R  T,  carpenter  Eagle  Planing  Mill,  res   G14  Four- 
teenth 
Blaikie  Sadie  T  Miss,  dressmaker,  res  1720  Chase 
Blaine  Caroline  M  Mrs,  res  1263  Webster 
Blaine  J  D  Rev,  res  1263  Webster 

Blair  George  M,  stair  builder,  511  Second,  res  1016  Clay 
BLAIR  P  A  MRS,  proprietor  The  Centennial^  524 

Fourteenth,  res  same 
Blair  Penelope  Mrs,  widow,  florist  Piedmont  ave  nr  Moun- 
tain View  Cemetery,  res  same 
Blair  Wm,  rancher  Piedmont,  res  Blair  ranch 
Blair's  Piedmont  Nursery,  Mrs  W  M  Blair  propr,  Piedmont 
Blair's  Ranch,  estate  of  Walter  Blair  propr,  Piedmont 
Blais  Henry,  stableman  V  L  Fortin,  res  764  Fourth 
Blais  Honore,  hostler  V  L  Fortin,  res  720  Fourth 
Blake  A  G,  civil  engineer  S  P  Co,  res  567  Fifth 
Blake  A  L  Mrs,  widow,  res  567  Fifth 
Blake  Alfred  E,  painter,  S  F,  res  567  Fifth 
Blake  Alice  Miss,  res  1865  Telegraph  ave 
BLAKE  CHAS  T,    secretary  The  -Oakland 

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Blake  Edith  R  Miss,  music  teacher,  res  567  Fifth 
Blake  Ella  Miss,  student,  S  F,  res  567  Fifth 
Blake  George,  sawyer  Eagle  Box  &  Manufacturing  Co 
Blake  Harriet  A  Mrs,  res  1665  Grove 
Blake  Helen  M,  res  690  Twenty-fifth 
Blake  Henry  L,  painter,  567  Fifth 
BLAKE  HOUSE,  Mrs  M   K    Blake    proprietor,  XE 

cor  Eleventh  and  Clay 
Blake  Lincoln,  res  567  Fifth 
Blake  Mary  E  Mrs,  res  1865  Telegraph  ave 
Blake  May  Miss,  student,  res  Peralta  ave 
Blake  Mary  B  Miss,  res  Blake  House 

BLAKE  M  K  MRS.   proprietor    Blake   House,   res 
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Blake  Phil,  carpenter  Jones  &  Co 
Blake  Philip  H,  real  estate,  S  F,  res  Peralta  ave 
Blake  Philip  H  Jr,  student,  res  Peralta  ave 
Blake  R  Mrs,  dressmaker,  315  Seventh,  res  same 
Blake  Rose,  domestic  976  Cypress 
Blake  Wm,  painter  W  W  Tucker,  res  n  s  Linden  bet  Cherry 

and  Liberty 
Blake  Win,  gardener  Mrs  E  J  Storr,  980  Fifth  ave 
Blakeley  Theron  M,  job  printer  Pacific  Press,  res  1457  West 
Blakeley  Theron  M  Jr,  job  printer    Pacific    Press,    res    829 

Fourteenth 
Blaker  James,  first    officer    ferry  steamer    Oakland,  res  659 

Jackson 
Blakeslie  Ella  Miss,    teacher    wood    carving,    res  635  Four- 
teenth 
Blakeway  John  H,  meter    maker    Oakland   Gas    Light  and 

Heat  Co,  res  527  Seventh 
BlakeyE  J,  carpenter,  res  915  E  Fifteenth 
Blakey  Richard,  carpenter,  res  913  E  Fifteenth 
Blakney  George  W,  carpenter  R  R  shops,  res  1557  Seventh 
Blanc  Amedee,  clerk,  S  F,  res  1120  Peralta 
Blanch ard  Addison  L,  carpenter,  res  1625  Seventh  ave 
BLANCHARD   A  F,    proprietor     Oakland     Trunk 

Factory,  403  Twelfth,  res  571  Thirty-sixth 
Blanchard  J  M,  engineer  S  P  Co,  res  1715  Lincoln 
Blanchard  L,  locksmith   Oakland    Trunk    Factory,  res  Ala- 
meda 
Blaner  John,  rea  460  Fifth 

Blankenship  George,  compositor,  rea  Nucleus  House 
Blankman    II    G,    inmate  Industrial    Home   for    the  Adult 

Blind,  rea  same 
Blasdel  Enoch  W,  capitalist,  res  1164  Alice 
Blasdel  II  (J.  S  1\  rea  cor  Twenty-third  ave  and  El  Twenty- 
fifth 

-in-  Charles  \\  carpenter  Burnham-Standeford  Co,  res 
L731  Myrtle 
Blessing  Lucy  Miss,  domestic,  res  L387  Alice 
Bletheu  Albion   k    P,  door  maker  California   Door  Co,  res 

475  Twenty-fourth 
Blether  Alice  A  Miss,  Btudent,  rea  "><'>s  E  Fourteenth 
Blethen  Arabine  Miss,  rea  175  Twenty-fourth 
Blether]  C  C,  machinist,  rea  Overland  Bouse 
Blethen  C  B, engineer  Easl  Oakland  Planing  Mill,  res  East 
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Blethen  Frank   M,  sawyer  Eagle    Planing  Mill,  res  7:J7  Fil- 
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Blethen  George  W,  student,  res  568  E  Fourteenth 
Blethen  James  E,  carpenter,  res  568  E  Fourteenth 
Blethen  Lizzie  A  Miss,  res  475  Twenty-fourth 
Blethen  Sarah  E  Miss,  res  568  East  Fourteenth 
Bleuel   Caeius  T,  salesman  Hickok  &  Son,  res  cor   Seventh 

nd  Harrison 
Bleuel  Morris  J,  salesman  Bay  City  Mills,  res  854  Harrison 
Bleydorn  J,  fine   candies,  1754   Sev'enth,  res    Twenty-third 

ave,  East  Oakland 
Bliss  Benjamin  B,  clerk,  res  576  Third 
Bliss  Ezra  S,  news   dealer,  466  Seventh,  res  576  Third 
Bliss  James,  res  1609  West 
Bliss  J  A  (J  R  Mott  &  Co)  res  1365  Broadway 
Bliss  Mary  M  Mrs,  res  870  Twentieth 
Bliss   Sadie   Miss,  dressmaker,  res  1609  West 
Bliss    Theodore     H,    gateman     Narrow    Gauge,    res    1609 

West 
Blitzen  Chas  O,  res  603  Broadway 

Block  Israel,  cigar  dealer,  S  F,  res  1479  San  Pablo  ave 
Block  Joseph,  commission  agt,  S  F,  res  814  Sixteenth 
Blodgett  Clara  A   Mrs,  teacher  Temescal   School,  res   2920 

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Blodgett  Ellis  G,  shoemaker,  S  F,  res  1417  Thirteenth 
Blois  Johnson,  carpenter,  res  1756  Taylor 
Blomquist  Olof,  watchmaker,  res  1664  Nineteenth  ave 
Blood  Warren  H,  physician   and  surgeon,  855   Center,  res 

same 
BLOOD  WM   F,  secretary   Oakland  Home  Insurance 

Co,  953  Washington,    res    cor    E    Twenty-ninth     and 

Fourteenth  ave 
Bloom  Andre  J,  clerk  George  Bloom,  res  953  Franklin 
Bloom  Douglas,  engineer  S  P  Co,  res  1169  Seventh 
Bloom  E  W,  fireman  S  P  Co,  res  R  R  Exchange 
Bloom  Farley  V,  clerk  George  Bloom,  res  953  Franklin 
Bloom  George,  groceries  and   saloon,  951   Franklin,  res  953 

Franklin 
Bloom  George  W  (Bloom  &  Hall)  res  1246  San  Pablo  ave 
Bloom  &  Hall  (George  W   Bloom  and   Leon  E  Hall)  guns, 

rifles,  pistols,  etc,  1246  San  Pablo  ave 
Bloom  Harry,  wiper  0  R  R  Co,  res  Temescal 
Bloom  Jacob,  tailor,  res  953  Franklin 
Bloomer  John,  gardener,  res  1054  Broadway 


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Blote  Martin  C,  bookkeeper  C  C  Water  Co,  res  122S  Frank- 
lin 

Blote  Wm  E,  collector  Contra  Costa  Water  Co,  res  1165  Jef- 
ferson 

Blouin  Damase,  driver  Livery  Stable,  res  Eureka  Hotel 

Blow    Alfred  H,  student,  res   305  Fifth 

Blow  Sarah  M  Miss,  res  The  Arlington 
lZ  O   Blow  Susan  M  Mrs,  res  The  Arlington 

Blow  W  \V,  real  estate  and  insurance,  454  Ninth,  res  303 
Fifth 

Blowskie  T,  carpenter  R  R  shops,  res  2216  Magnolia 

BLUETT  W  H,  M  D,  specialist  in  chronic  dis- 
eases, 1069  Broadway  cor  Twelfth,  res  1120  Washing- 
ton, cor  Thirteenth,  office  hours  9  to  12  am,  1:30  to 
4:30  p  m,  7  to  9  p  m 

Blum  Harry,  wiper  Oakland  R  R  Co,  res  s  s  Columbus  ave 
bet  Maple  and  Telegraph  ave 
4^1    Blumberg  Louis  E,  clerk,  res  717   Tenth 
Qjj     Blumberg  Robert  L,  ship  carpenter,  res  1412  Brush 

HBluning  Annie  Mrs,  res  1400  Eleventh 
Bluel  Caspar,  miller  B  E  Hickok  &  Son 
Blvthe  Florence  Miss,  res  456  E  Seventeenth 

rM    BOARD  OF  POLICE   AND   FIRE  COM- 

P4  MISSIONERS,     E   W   Playter    president.    C     L 

WDam  secretary,  City  Hall 
BOARD  OF  PUBLIC  WORKS,  J  West  Mar- 
Jjj  tin  president,  C  L  Dam  secretary,  City  Hall 

B  BOARD  OF  TRADE  0 F  OAKLAND 
*+  CITY  AND  ALAMEDA  COUNTY, 

&A  Frank    J   Moffitt   president,  ('has   M    Plumb  secretary. 

^|  rooms  461  Tenth 

kJj    BOAEDMAN  CHAS   T,    county    clerk,    Hall    of 
3C  Records,  res  Galindo  Hotel 

HBoardman  C  T  Mrs,  elocutionist,  1156  Broadway,  res  same 
Boardman  Edgar,  res  940  Poplar 
\  Boardman  Frank  F,  res  456  Eighth 
Boardman  G  8  Mrs,  res  Galindo  Hotel 

HBoardman  Joseph,  real  estate,  res  725  Eighth 
Boardman  L  Edgar,  bookkeeper    Union    Savings  Bank,  res 
940  Poplar  ' 

Boardman   Mary  V  Mrs,  res  1769   Seward 
P"HI     r.oardiiuin  YV   V  Mrs,  n-s   \M\  Eighth 

^    BOARDMAN  WM  F,  civil     engineer,  4£6  Eighth, 
1^1  nmiiis    I  and  .">,  res   1:115   Grove 

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Boatman  J  C,  collector,  res  566  E  Eleventh 

Bobbet   James,  plumber  Bonham  &  Holmes,  res  960  Wash- 


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Bobbett  Adolph,    employe    California    Door    Co,    res 

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Bocassi  Peter,  laborer,  res  1405  Thirteenth 
Boccard  Albert,  cabinet  maker,  res  464  A 
:  Boccard  E  Mrs,  dressmaker,  464  A 
Boccard  Frank,  cabinet  maker,  res  464  A 
Bock  Carrie  Mrs,  janitor  Harrison  School,  res  816  Sixth 
Bock  Charles,  wheelwright  Sohst  Bros,  res  316  Sixth 
Bock  G,  machinist  Burnham-Standeford  Co,  res  657  Alice 
Bock  Henry  0,  car  repairer,  S  F,  res  1237  Peralta 
Bockelmann  Harry,  saloon,  Adeline   cor  Felton,  Lorin,  res 

same 
Bockius  Frances  Mrs,  widow,  res  1020  Chestnut 
Bocqueraz  P,  capitalist,  res  829  Clay 
Bode  Henry  C  W,  carpenter,  res  1455  Fifth 
Bode  Julius  G,    machinist    Oakland   Iron    Works,    res    317 

Eleventh 
Bodell  James,  mill  hand,  res  616  Third 
Bodell  John,  city  employe,  res  616  Third 
Boden  Bertha,  domestic,  1353  Twelfth 
,  Bodle  F  S,  physician  and  druggist,  1673  San  Pablo  ave,  res 

1671  San  Pablo  ave 
Bodwell  Martha  J  Mrs,  widow,  res  Shell  Mound  Station 
Bodwell  Samuel  L,  student,  res  Shell  Mound  Station 
Boek  Annie  M  Miss,  res  768  Fifteenth 
1  Boek  Emma  Miss,  res  768  Fifteenth 
Boek  Herman  A,  bottling  works,  res  76S  Fifteenth 
Boek  Lizzie  Mrs,  res  657  Alice 
Boek  Louisa  A  Miss,  res  768  Fifteenth 
Boell  Edward  A,  supt  California  Door  Co,  res  1008  Pine 
Boell  Frederick  W,  res  1008  Pine 
Bogart  G,  printer 

Bogart  Sarah  E  Mrs,  res  826  Jefferson 
Bogner  August,  laundry  man  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Bohan  John,  blacksmith,  res  2664  Telegraph  ave 
Bohen  Jerry,  laborer,  res  Oakland  House 
Bohen  John,  laborer,  res  Winthrop  House 
Bohm  Louis,  employe  Bay  City  Mills,  res  Clinton  House 
I  Bohme  Bernhard,  clerk  Klages,  602  Franklin,  res  372  First 
Bohn    David,  boiler   maker  Clarke  &    \Vooley,  res   XE   cor 

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Bohrer  John  F,  soap  mfr  Hallett  ave,  Stock  Yards,  res  same 


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Boice  Charles  De  S,  solicitor  Fireman's  Fund  Insurance  Co, 

S  F,  res  755  Jackson 
Boice  Gertie  Miss,  res  755  Jackson 
Boisse  Henry,  blacksmith  and  horse  shoer  Oakland  R  R  Co, 

res  141 1  Eleventh 
Boisvert  Joseph   U,   laborer  Golden   Rule   Flour  Mills,  res 

366  Third 
Boitano  Luigi,  bootblack,  res  Xewland  House 
Boland  Annie  Miss,  cook  J  M  Burlington,  963  Oak 
Boland  Mary  Mrs,  widow,  res  814  Thirtieth 
Boland  Maurice,  gardener,  1326  Fourth  ave 
Boice  Edmund  J,  butcher  Larenz  Bros,  res  2230  Andover 
Boice  Harrold,  reporter  Enquirer,  res  1115  Broadway 
Boice  Wm  J,  capitalist,  res  2230  Andover 
Bole  Wm,  stableman  Snell  Seminary,  res  568  Twelfth 
Bolin  Bertha  Miss,  domestic,  res  1007  Oak 
Bolles  S  M  Mrs,  res  2235  Elm 

Bollinger  John  J,  carpet  layer,  res  A  bet  Peralta  and  Louisa 
Bollman  Calvin  P,  editor  with  Pacific  Press   Publishing  Co, 

-     res  1109  E  Seventeenth 
Bollman  S  P,  elevator  man  Pacific  press,  res  1109  East  Sev- 
enteenth 
Bolser  George  A,  wagon  maker,  1920  San  Pablo  ave 
Bolser  George  \V,  sign  writer,  res  1772  San  Pablo  ave 
Bolser  Harry,  conductor  OCR  Co,  res  1920  San   Pablo  ave 
Bolton  Mr-,  re-  1114  Eighteenth  ave 
Bolton  A  E  (Sharp  A:  Bolton)  attorney-at-law and  President 

Land  'Title  Co  for  Alameda  County,  XE  cor   Broadway 

and  F it'll.,  res  S  F 
Bolton  E  S.  switchman  S  P  Co,  res  L605  Seventh 
Bolton  George,  night   watchman  County   Court    House,  res 

w  a  First  ave  nr  Summer 
Bolton  II  H,yard  clerk  S  P  Co,  res  L710  Pacific 
Bolton  Jane-  \\\  painter,  res  s  s  Cleveland  ave  nr  Telegraph 

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Bolza  Wm,grainer,  res  515  Sixth 

Human   II  C,  canvasser  II  .1   Smith  &  Co.  res  ">1<»  Fifteenth 
Boman  Peter,  carpenter,  res  1 L40  Dennison 
Bomar  A  C,  agt  M  J  KELLER   1<><>7  and    L009  Broad- 

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Bon  Charles  A.  clerk,  8  F.  res  2349  Telegraph  ave 
Bon  Eliza  Miss,  res  2355  Telegraph  ave 
Bon  John  B,  capitalist,  res  2355  Telegraph  ave 
Bond  Anne  M  rs,  res  Fruit  Vale  I  [eights 
Bond  CC  Mi  566  Hoharl 

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lege, res  56b'  Hobart 
Bond  S  D  Mrs,  dressmaker,   1003^  Broadway,   room  21,  1 

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Bond  William  E,  printer  Tribune  Publishing  Co,  res  1257 

Jackson 
Bones    Samuel    W,    conductor  S  P  Co,  res  529  E  Eleventh 
I  Bonetti  Joseph,  laborer  Mountain  View  Cemetery,  res  same 
Bongard  — — ,  junk  dealer,  416  Third 
Bonham  &  Holmes  (JohnMBonham  and  Frank  L  Holi. 

plumbers  and  gas  fitters,  960  Washington 
Bonham  J  A,    agent    M  J  KELLER,  1007  and    1009 

Broadway 
Bonham  John  N  (Bonham  &  Holmes)  res  1758  Market 
Bonicall  Paul,  boiler  maker  Clark  &  Woolley 
Boniface  John,  gardener  Mountain  View  Cemetery,  res  same 
Boniface  Sara,  teacher  Cole  School,  res  2326  Jackson 
Bon  Marche,  Mrs  E  J  Watson  propr,  fancy  goods,  853  West 
Bonnau  Norbast,  laborer,  res  624  Second 
Bonnemort  Charles  M,  miner,  res  955  Jackson 
Bonnemort  Jennie  Miss,  res  955  Jackson 
Bonnemort  Mollie  Miss,  res  955  Jackson 
Bonner  George,  baker  Henry  Weber,  res  SE  cor  Telegraph 

ave  and  Minna 
Bonner  J  Thomas,  358  Orchard 
Bonnet  Southern,  res  1155  Market 
Bonnetti  Joseph,  laborer,  res  n  s  Forty-second  bet  Telegraph 

ave  and  Grove 
Booker  Edwd  W,  barber  W  H  Stewart,  res  1501  Seventh 
Booker  James,  painter,  654  Twenty-sixth 
Boole  Emma  Miss,  res  913  Poplar 
Boole  Fred  W,  weigher,  S  F,  res  913  Poplar 
Boole  George,  ship  builder,  S  F,  res  913  Poplar 
Boole  George  Jr,  traveling  agt,  S  F,  res  913  Poplar 
Boole  L  E,  job  printer  Pacific  Press,  res  718  Twelfth 
Boole  Stella  M  Miss,  res  913  Poplar 
Boop  Alice  E  Mrs,  dressmaker,  815  Henry,  res  same 
Boop  Mattie  J  Miss,  res  815  Henry 
Booth  Baxter,  supt  Pacific   Iron    and   Nail  Works,  res  1126 

Linden 
Booth  Edward,  editor  Daily  Report,  S  F,  res   1214   Harrison 
Booth  F  E,  carpenter,  res  805  Twenty-seventh 
.  Booth  John  H,  res  1555  Third 

;  Booth  Lucius  A,  real  estate,  S  F,  res  Hazel  ave,  Piedmont 
I  Booth  William,  capitalist,  res  1220  Harrison 
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Borchers  Mamie  Miss,  res  704  Nineteenth  ^ 

Borden  Helen  A  Miss,  res  Blake  House  £3 

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Borden    Rhodes,    atty-at-law,    room  49,  969  Broadway,  res 

Blake  House 
Bordoni  Eliseo,  baloonist,  S  F,  res  653  Madison 
Borein  Peter  R,  store  keeper  Internal  Revenue,  S  F,  res  226 

Eleventh 
Borge  May  Miss,  res  560  Twenty-fifth 
Borges  Flora  Miss,  res  1115  Sixteenth  ave 
Borges  Frank,  teamster,  res  1115  Sixteenth  ave 
Borges  Mary  Ann  Mrs,  peddler,  res  1115  Sixteenth  ave 
Borgeson  Charles  J,  show  cases,  S  F,  res  985  Willow 
Borghardt  Arthur,  butcher   Wm    Long,  res  Grand  Western 

Hotel 
Borland  Alex,    apprentice    Carruth     &    Carruth,    res    966 

Twenty-first 
Borland  Annie  Miss,  res  1059  Jackson 
Borland  Archibald,  capitalist,  res  1925  Webster 
Borland  Archibald  Jr,  res  1925  Webster 
Borland  David  C,    paper   hanger    McGovern    &    Cahill,  res 

1788  San  Pablo  ave 
Borland  H  Miss,  res  1788  San  Pablo  ave 
Borland  Louisa  Miss,    bookbinder    Pacific    Press,     res     966 

Twenty-first 
Borland  James,  carpenter,  les  966  Twenty-first 
land  James  Jr,  painter,  res  966  Twenty-first 
Bornholdt  Katie  Miss,  res  1117  Myrtle 
Bornhauser  II,  engineer  Kramm    &    Dieves,  rea    Oakland  00  ^* 


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Bormann  Albert,  butcher  Pice  &  White,  res  221  Third 

Bort  L  A  Mr-,  res  827  Seventeenth 

Bortree  I>  E,  deputy  city  treas,  res  572  Seventeenth 

cacci   Eugene,  driver  French  Laundry,  res  690  Twenty- 
ninth 
hke  Albert  L,  baker,  res  1212  Twenty-eighth 

Boscoccia  Natalie  Miss,  distributor  Contra  Costa  Laundry 

Boss  Martin  P,  milling  engineer,  res  934  Linden 

Bossard  Prank  Jacob,  florist  and  nurseryman  w  b  Telegraph 
ave  iir  Morgan,  rea  same 

Bosselle  Louis  M,  971  Ninth  ave 

Boat  .!   M,  roller  Pacific  [ron  and  Nail  Works,  res  720 
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Boswell  .lane--  W .  cigars  and  tobacco,  468  Seventh,  res  868 
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Boswell  Wm  H,  sawyer  Oakland  Planing  Mills,  res  cor  For- 
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Bothwell  G  W,  D  D,  pastor  Second  Congregational  Church, 
editor  The  Western  Christian  Union,  office  469  Ninth, 
res  1509  Ninth 

Bosworth  Lonnie  Miss,  dressmaker,  res  511  Seventeenth 

Bothwell  Richard,  stableman,  res  1316  Twelfth  ave 

Bottazini  L  A,  barkeeper  F  W  Reek,  res  NE  cor  Eleventh 
and  Franklin 

Bottini  Louis,  driver  Oakland  French  Laundry,  res  690 
Twenty-ninth 

Bottomley  Isaac,  Saloon  cor  College  ave  and  Hudson,  res 
same 

Boudreau  Adolph,  harness  and  saddles,  820  Broadway,  res 
809  Castro 

Boughman  James,  carpenter,  res  960  Clay 

Boughton  Frederick  J,  advertising  solicitor  Tribune,  res 
1165  Thirty-sixth 

Boughton  H  J,  physician  and  surgeon,  rooms  11  and  12 
Playter  Block,  res  955  Washington 

Boulett  Elmire  Miss,  res  259  Twelfth 

Boulett  Louise  Mrs,  widow,  res  259  Twelfth 

Boulger  E  Mrs,  1762  Seventh 

Boulger  John  A,  painter,  1762  Seventh 

Boulon  Jennie  Mrs,  res  3  Twenty-fourth  ave 

Bouquet  Joseph,  barkeeper  C  H  Kucks  &  Co,  468  Twelfth 

Bouquet  Sadie  E  Mrs,  res  628  Sixteenth 

Bourbon  Alexis,  Oakland  French  Laundry,  res  960  Twenty- 
ninth 

Bourbon  Gabriel,  doormaker  California  Door  Co,  res  1730 
Thirteenth 

Bourbon  Gabina,  res  1730  Thirteenth 

Bourdieu  Clement,  Oakland  French  Laundry,  res  960 
Twenty-ninth 

Bourget  Joseph,  blacksmith  A  A  Sicotte,  res  1685  Eighth 

Bourgin  Pierre,  machinist,  res  371  Fourth 

Bourgin  Pierre,  locksmith,  res  866  Isabella 

Bourne  M  C,  carpenter,  1840  Seventh 

Bours  Carmen  Miss,  res  520  Sycamore 

Bours  Dolores  Miss,  res  520  Sycamore 

Bours  Maria  Miss,  res  520  Sycamore 

Bours  Rafaela  Miss,  res  520  Sycamore 

Bours  T  R  Mrs,  res  520  Sycamore 

Bousfield  Wm  C,  broker,  S  F,  res  1361  Thirteenth  ave 

Bousfield  Wm  H,  res  924  Moss  ave 


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Boush  Alfred  R,  doughnuts  and  candy  SW  cor  Peralta  and 
Seventh,  res  same 

Boutan  Louisa,  printer    Tribune   Publishing  LCo,  res   1308 
Thirteenth  ave 

Boutell  Leonard,  carpenter,  res  814  Wood 

Bonton  Albert  A,  salesman  Osborne  S  F   &  Co,  res  674  Six- 
teenth 

Boveroux  Richard,  bookkeeper,  S  F,  res  1077  Twelfth 

Bovill  John,  custodian  Salvation  Castle,  res  315  Eighth 

Bowdeti  Alice  Miss,  res  cor  Park  and  Railroad 

Bowden  Eliza  Mrs,  res  cor  Park  and  Railroad 

Bowen  ,  teamster  Samm  &  Co,  res  1011  Webster 

Bowen  C  A,  contractor  and  builder,  res  663  Grove 

Bowen  Catherine  Mrs,  res  1010  E  Twelfth 

Bowen  Charles  R  (Goldberg,  Bowen    &   Co)    S  F,    res  1439 
Market 

Bowen  David,  boiler  maker   Clark   &  Woolley,    res  NE  cor 
Second  and  Alice 

Bowen  Geo,  lather,  res  Charter  Oak  Hotel 

Bowen  Ida  E  Miss,  res  557  Twentieth 

Bowen  John,    blacksmith  Robert    Gilmore,    res    cor  Forty- 
fourth  and  Telegraph  ave 

Bowen  John  W,  res  557  Twentieth 

Bowen  Kittie  Miss,  milliner  KAHN  BROTHERS 
res  Te mescal 

Bowen  Lottie  E   Miss,    bookkeeper  Dusinburv  &  Wurts,  res 
312  Fifth 

Bowen  Lulu,  student,  res  312  Fifth 

Bowen  Marshall  W,  carpenter  Geo  A  Kirk,  res   1667  Broad- 
way 

Bowen  Robert  M,  laundry  man  Contra  Costa  Laundry 

Bowen  Samuel  B,    steward  Snow  Flake  Bakery,  res  Sunny- 
side  Hon-" 

Bowen  S  H,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 

Bowen  Thomas  W, yardman  Central  Lumber  Yard,  res  '-^\'2 
Fifth 

Bowers  Catherine  Mrs,  re's  Eome  for  Aged  Women 

Bowers  M  Mrs,  nurse,  res  L156  Broadway 

Bowers  Rut  h  M  rs,  res  656  Fourteenth 

Bowers  Win,  clerk,  8  F,  res  5  19  Albion 

Bowersfeld  Frederick,  carpenter,  res  Todd,  Lorin 

Bowie  Mable  Miss,  dressmaker,  res  L267  W< 

Bowie  Mary  Mrs,  widow,  res  L267  West 

Bowland  Grace  Miss,  res  619  E  Nineteenth 

Bowland  James  l>.  res  619  E  Nineteenth 


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Bowles  Amos,  carpenter,  res  1302  San  Pablo  ave 

Bowles  Charles  M,  artist,  1068   Broadway,  room  13,  res  963 

Seventh 
Bowles  John,  cake   baker   Log   Cabin  Bakery,  res  2075  San 

Pablo  ave 
Bowles  Philip  E,  grain  merchant,  S  F  (G  W   McNear)  res 

918  Tenth 
Bowman  A  J,  artesian  well  borer,  res  826  Jefferson 
Bowman  Alexander,    gardener    Mountain   View    Cemetery, 

res  same 
Bowman  Arthur  W,  agt  New  Zealand  Insurance  Co,  S  F,  sec 

Piedmont  Cable  Co,  res  Vernal  ave,  Piedmont 
Bowman  Charles,  miner,  res  418  Fifth 
Bowman  Chas  A,  clerk    Pierce   &  Co,   res    cor    Ninth   and 

Grove 
Bowman  Charles    H,    store    keeper    S    P    Co,   S  F,  res  972 

Center 
Bowman  Eustace  P,  res  118  Fourth 
Bowman  Henry  (Bowman  &  Son)  res  630  Ninth 
Bowman  Henry  C,  book  agt,  res  1001  Franklin 
Bowman  James  Mrs,  res  Hotel  Merritt 
Bowman  Lillian  Miss,  res  118  Fourth 
BOWMAN  &  SON  (Henry  and  Wm  J   Bowman) 

druggists,  951  Broadway 
Bowman  William,  carriage    maker,  res  Park  ave  cor  Hollis, 

Emeryville 
Bowman  Wm,  cariage    trimmer    Oakland    Carriage  Co,  res 

Randlett  House 
Bowman  Wm  J,  (Bowman  &  Son)  druggist,  res  630    Ninth 
Bowser  R  P,  porter   Peter  Becker,  res  Thirteenth  nr  Tele- 
graph ave 
Bowser  Samuel,  laborer,  res  435  Minna 
Bowstead  E  Mrs,  res  1068  Eighteenth 
Boyamval  Armand,  res  571  Fifth 
Boyce  Eliza  Mrs,  res  812  Market 
Boyce  John  B,  patrolman,  res  812  Market 
Boyce  S  B  (Harrison  &  Boyce)  res  962  Market 
Boyce  William,  employe  Judson  Manufacturing  Co,  res  Park 

ave  nr  Hubbard,  Emeryville 
Boyce    Wm    D,    designer    and    mfr    of   art    furniture,    960 

Franklin,  res  532  Thirty-first 
Boyd  Edward,  salesman  C  W  Kinsey,  res  862  Nineteenth 
Boyd  Emma  H   Miss,   proof-reader  Pacific  Press,    res    708 

Eleventh 
Boyd  James  M,  brick  contractor,  S  F,  res  472  Twenty-third 
Boyd  Llewella  Miss,  res  778  Eleventh 


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Boyd  Wm  M,  insurance  broker,  res  466  Plymouth  ave 

Boyden  Andrew  M,  carpenter,  res  963  Jefferson 

Bovens  Hans,  laborer,  res  685  E  Thirty-fifth 

Boyer  C  A,  clerk  JAS  A  JOYCE,  res  Twelfth  ave  nr 

E  Sixteenth 
Boyer  Hans  P,  machinist,  S  F,  res  142  Hannah 
Boyer  Henry,  mgr  Arnold,  Pollak  &   Co,  874  Washington, 

res  957  Eighth 
Boyer  Gracie  Miss,  res  1723  Eighth 
Boyer  Henry  C,  news  agt  Dennison,  res  1723  Eighth 
Boyer    James  D,  att-at-law,  S  F,  res  Pagoda  Hill,  Vernon 

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Boyer  M  Mrs,  res  1723  Eighth 
Boyer  Robert  J,  traveling  salesmen  Arnold,  Pollak  &  Co,  S 

F,  res  957  Eighth 
Boyle  Etta  Miss,  res  776  Wood 
Boyle  Frances  Miss,  res  776  Wood 
Boyle   Harry,  machinist  Sanitary  Plumbing  Manufacturing 

Co.  res  910  Webster 
Boyle  John,  laborer,  res  Franklin  Hotel 
Boyle  John  J,  laborer,  res  408  Sixth 
Boyle  Michael,  salesman,  res  512  Fifth 
Boyle  Neil,  laborer,  res  720  Linden 

Boyle  Owen,  groceries  and  liquors,  1601  Market,  res  same 
Boyle  Patrick,  gardener,  res  263  E  Sixteenth 
Boyle  P  F,  carpenter,  res  Girard  House 
Boyle  Timothy,  lumberman,  S  F,  res  776  Wood 

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Ninth 

Boynton  Charles  A,  clerk  Sanborn,  Vail  &  Co,  S  F,  res  cor 
Howe  and  Gaskill 

Boynton  G  W,  carpenter  and  builder,  363  Thirteenth,  res 
cor  Broadway  and  Birch 

Boynton  II  E  Miss,  teacher  Temescal  School,  res  1124  Thir- 
teenth ave,  E  Oakland 

Boyseu  Andrew,  res  416  Seventh 

Boysen  Fred,  tailor  C  Johnson,  res  416  Seventh 

Boysen  I   Miss,  res  416  Seventh 

BOYSON  THOMAS, physician, office  Phelan  build- 
ing, 8  F,  res  769  Eighth 
Bozelip  John   B,  Laborer,  res  1260  ('enter 
Bozzina  Gtartardo,  laundry  man  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Braan  Joseph,  fireman,  766  Fifth 
Braan  Matthew,  laborer,  766  Fifth 
Brabandl  Charles,  driver  Telegraph  ave  cars,  res  2109  Elm 


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Brabandt  Chas  W,  paper  ruler,  S  F,  res  2109  Elm 

Brabban  Annie  Miss,  res  769  Twelftb 

Brabban  Dixon,  banker,  res  769  Twelfth 

Brabban  James  J,  res  769  Twelfth 

Brabban  Lizzie  Miss,  res  769  Twelfth 

Brabban  Maggie  Miss,  res  769  Twelfth 

Brabban  Mary  Miss,  res  769  Twelfth 

Brabban  Nellie  Miss,  res  769  Twelfth 

Brabban  Susie  Miss,  res  769  Twelfth 

Brace  Fred,  clerk,  res  40S  Thirteenth 

Bracken  W  W,  engineer  T  Emerv,  res  1718  Eighth 

Brackett  Delia  M  Miss,  res  1704  Eighth 

Brackett  E  A,  operator  Tower  2  S  P  Co,  res  913  Cedar 

Brackett  Leonard  C,  foreman,  S  F,  res  1704  Eighth 

Brackett  Orin  J,  artist,  res  1469  Grove 

Brackman  \Xm  D,  res  Telegraph  ave  nr  Temescal  St 

BBACKTLE     AMBROSE,     boot     maker,     960 

Washington,  res  613  Sixteenth 
Bracktle  Wallace  S,  jeweler,  res  613  Sixteenth 
Bradbury  Elizabeth  Mrs,  res  1028  Tenth 
BradburV  Helen  L  Miss,  res  1028  Tenth 
Bradbury  John  L,  mining  supt,  res  1028  Tenth 
Bradbury  Marcia  G  Mrs.  teacher,  res  Hotel  Merritt 
Bradford  Alonzo,  res  1729  Myrtle 
Bradford  C  F,  propr  Oakland    Restaurant,  668  Broadway, 

res  same 
Bradford  Ethel  Miss,  res  n  s  Linden  bet  Broadway  and  Tel- 
egraph aves 
Bradford  G  F,  real  estate,  S  F,  res  681  Montgomery 
Bradford  M  C,  carpenter,  res  574  East  Fourteenth 
Bradford  M  J  Mrs,  res  n  s  Linden  bet  Broadway  and  Tele- 
graph aves 
Bradford  William  J,  carpenter,  res  111  Hannah 
Brading  John,  stair  builder,  res  310  Tenth 
Bradley  Anson,  photographer,  res  1069  Grove 
Bradley  Bertha  Miss,  res  66S  Eighteenth 
Bradley  Bryan,  student  High  School,  res  140S  Sixth  ave 
Bradley  Carrie  Miss,  student,  res  Fruit  Vale  ave 
Bradley  C  B  Rev, professor  State  Union,  res  66S  Eighteenth 
Bradley  C   B   Mrs,  teacher   Field    Seminary,  res   1825  Tele- 
graph ave 
Bradley  Charles,  painter,  417  Fifteenth,  res  Winter's  Hotel 
Bradley  Chas  H,  painter,  res  465  Twentieth 
Bradley  E  W,  physician,  618  E  Fourteenth,  res  same 
Bradlev  Frank,  laborer,  res  Franklin  Hotel 


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Bradley  Fred,  employe  S  P  Co,  res  1669  Eighth 
Bradley  H  L,  physician  and  surgeon,  1115  Broadway,  rooms 

and  40,  res  1408  Sixth  ave 
Bradley  Hiram  T,  res  364  Fourteenth 
Bradley  James,  gardener,  res  465  Twentieth 
Bradley  James,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  1551  Seventh 
Bradley  J  H.  res  s  s  Temescal  nr  Telegraph  ave 
Bradley  John  J,  laborer,  res  SOS  Cedar 
Bradley  John  T,  mining  expert,  S  F,  res  364  Fourteenth 
Bradley  Laura  V  Miss,  res  543  Albion 
Bradley  Lucy  Miss,  res  364  Fourteenth 
Bradley  Maggie  Mrs,  res  562  Eighth 
Bradley  Margaret  Miss,  student,  res  140S  Sixth  ave 
Bradley  Mary  Miss,  res  364  Fourteenth 
Bradley  Mary  Mrs,  laundress  West  Oakland  Home 
Bradley  Mary  J  Mrs.  widow,  res  660  Twenty-fifth 
Bradley  Matilda  Mrs,  widow,  res  1754  Taylor 
Bradley  Nicholas,  plasterer,  res  1415  Eleventh 
Bradley  R  II,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  1551  Seventh 
Bradley  Thomas,  cleaner  S  P  Co,  res  1S17  Go- 
Bradley  Thomas,  plasterer,  res  1463  Castro 
Bradley  Wm,  engineer  S  P  Co,  res  S29  Cedar 
Bradley  Wm  E,  clerk  JAS  A  JOYCE,  res  465  Twen- 
tieth 
Bradshaw  Benj,  employe  California    Jute    Mills,  res   167  E 

Twentieth 
Bradshaw  Elizabeth  Mis.  widow,  res  167  East  Twentieth 
Bradshaw  John,  hostler,  res  817  Castro 
Bradshaw  Thomas,  cash  boy.  res  1<>7  E Twentieth 
Bradshaw  T  P,  poulterer,  res   NW  cor  Telegraph  and  Alca- 

traz  aves 
Bradshaw  Winnie,  domestic  1265  Fourth  ave 
Bradway  -I    R    physician    and   Burgeon,    L0034    Broadway, 

res  760  Tenth 
Bradley  John,  laundry  man  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Bradway  Royal,  painter  John  Thompson,  res  1S16  Seward 
Bradway  Timothy,  carpenter,  res  1816  Seward 
Brady  .lame-,  teamster,  res  <>•">-  .lack-on 
Brady  .lame-  M.  city  clerk,  rea  306  Fourteenth 
Brady  John,  painter,  rea  651    Linden 
Brady  Katie  domestic  266  E  Twelfth 
Brady  Martin    B,  cigar    mfr  and  retail,    176  Seventh,  rea 
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Brady  T  J,  plumber  and  gasfitter,  904  Washington,  res  810 
Castro 

Brady  Wm,  painter,  res 403  Ninth 

Brady  Wm  E,  carpenter,  res  1717  William 

Brain  Geo  H,  iron  moulder,  res  2020  Chestnut 

Brain  Geo  H  Jr,  student,  res  2020  Chestnut 

Brain  Henry,  carpenter,  S  F,  res  Eleventh  nr  Powell,  Golden 
Gate 

Brain  Thomas,  laborer,  res  2020  Chestnut 

Brainard  Louisa  Mrs,  saloon,  Fligh  st,  Melrose 

Braine  Thomas,  brick  mason,  res  E  Twentieth  bet  Twenty- 
first  and  Twenty-second  aves 

Brair  John,  employe  Phoenix  Foundry  . 

Bralley  Nellie  Miss,  clerk  DuRay  Smith,  res  1939  Market 

Bralley  Patrick,  barber,  1939  Market,  res  same 

Bramia  Alice  Mrs,  res  953  Castro 

Bramley  W  H,  broker,  S  F,  res  505  Eleventh 

Bramwell  J  C,  bookkeeper  Galindo  Hotel,  res  same 

Branch  Fred  M,  insurance  clerk,  S  F,  res  1913  Market 

Branch  Nellie  Miss,  res  1913  Market 

Branch  Wm,  extraman  Hose  Co  No  5,  res  1913  Market 

Branch  William  R,  mail  messenger,  res  1913  Market 

Brand ,  driver  L  F  Hickey  &  Co,  res  362  Tenth 

Brand  Bros  (George  Jr,  Charles  and  Fred)  step  ladder  rnfrs, 
672  Fourth 

Brand  Charles  (Brand  Bros)  res  662  Fifth 

Brand  Fred  (Brand  Bros)  res  662  Fifth 

Brand  Geo  (J  P  Rohrbach  &  Co)  res  Grand  Western  Hotel 

Brand  George  Jr  (Brand  Bros)  res  662  Fifth 

Brand  Henry,  plumber,  S  F,  res  662  Fifth 

Brand  Isabella  Miss,  res  662  Fifth 

Brand  John  G,  barber,  S  F,  res  824  Isabella 

Brand  M  J  Miss,  nurse,  res  504  Thirteenth 

Brand  Morton,  painter,  res  662  Fifth 

Brand  Robert,. supt  Minnesota  Thresher  Manufacturing  Co, 
654  Washington,  res  1430  Adeline 

Brand  William,  employe  Brand  Bros,  res  662  Fifth 

Brandau  Charles,  cook  Alexander  Campbell,  res  1457  Fil- 
bert 

Brandenburg  James,  driver  Oakland  Fruit  and  Produce  Co, 
res  Eagle  Hotel 

Brandon  Kate  Mrs,  widow,  res  230  Twelfth 

Brandon  William  M,  real  estate,  S  F,  res  Sutter  nr  Adeline, 
Golden  Gate 

Brands  John  W,  painter,  res  1368  Campbell 

Brandt  Elijah,  carpet  layer,  res  361  Thirteenth 

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Brandt  Fred,  repairer  R  R  shops,  res  1685  Eighth 

Brandt  Fritz  H  D,  painter,  res  Forty-second  nr  Grove 

Brandt  Matilda  Mrs,  res  1010  Third" 

Brandt  R  Mrs,  res  466  Sixth 

Brangs  Ernest  E,  piano  tuner  Sherman,  Clay  &  Co,  S  F,  res 
1067  Grove 

Branks  Dora  Mrs,  res  1055  E  Twelfth 

Brannan  Annie  Mrs,  groceries,  wines  and  liquors,  802  Clay, 
res  same 

Brannan  James,  tinner,  res  5  Forty-third 

Brannan  James  T,  res  516  Sixth 

Brannan  John,  farmer,  res  High 

Brannan  John,  employe  S  P  Co,  res  1813  William 

Brannan  Martha  Mrs,  res  5  Forty-third 

Brannan  Mary  Miss,  domestic  Mrs  Sather,  664  Twelfth 

Brannan  Mary  Mrs,  res  720  Chestnut 

Brannan  Mary  Agnes  Miss,  res  802  Clay 

Brannan  Patrick,  hostler  Ninth  Street  Livery  Stable,  res 
same 

Brannen  Mary  Mrs,  res  1009  Seventh  (rear) 

Branson  Ware,  sail  maker,  res  1007  Fifth 

Branstetter  Joseph,  baker,  S  F,  res  229  Eighth 

Brasfield ,  Smith  House,  836  Broadway 

Brathwaite  Fred,  laundry  man  Contra  Costa  Laundry 

Bratten  Thomas  W,  bridge  builder  S  P  Co,  res  811  Willow 

Brauer  Hermann  Rev,  pastor  German  Evangelical  Church, 
1013  Clay,  res  Tenth  bet  E  Twenty-fifth  and  Twenty- 
sixth  aves 

Braunn  C  H  F,  bookkeeper,  S  F,  res  1358  Seventh 

Braun  Chas  C,  clerk  W  &  M  Everson,  res  562  Eighth 

Braun  Francis  A,  clerk,  S  F,  res  1330  Linden 

Braun  H,  propr  U  S  Bottling  Co,  SE  cor  Eighth  and  Web- 
ster, rea  870  Webster 

Braun  Louis  E,  bookkeeper  (1  W  MeNear,  S  F,  res  L358 
Seventh 

Braun  Martin,  gardener,  res  318  Thirteenth 

Braun  Michael,  rea  1 L23  Filbert 

Brause  Gustav,  carpenter,   res  es  Claremont  ave    nr  Sum- 

nru  r 
>rant  Louis,  machinist  California  Door  Co,  res  1008  Wood 
Kraut  PaulJ, engineer  0  E  L  &  M  Co,  res  317  Third 
trauthaver  Daniel,  engineer  Root  Smiley,  res  1953  Myrtle 
trauthaver  Howard  L,  atty-at-law,  res  1953  Myrtle 
Irawley  John,  Laborer,  res  502  Twenty-fourth 
ii-ay   ESdward   M   (Bray's  Sons  &  Co)  rea  E  Fourteenth  nr 
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Bray  H  W,  clerk,  S  F,  res    East    Fourteenth   nr  Fruit  Vale 

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BRAY    ISAIAH    CAPT,     secretary   Y   M   C   A, 

rooms  865  Broadway,  res  Blake  House 
Bray  Philip,  miner,  res  1373  Twelfth  ave 
Bray  Robert  A  (Bray's  Sons  &   Co,  S  F)  res   E   Fourteenth 

nr  Fruit  Vale  ave 
Bray  William  A,  res  E  Fourteenth  nr  Fruit  Vale  ave 
Braver  Mary  Miss,  laundress  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Brayton  A  P  (Pacific  Iron  Works,  S  F)  res  1167  Jackson 
Brayton  A  P  Jr  (Pelton    Water    Wheel  Co,  S  F,  )  res  1167 

Jackson 
Brayton  Block,  Mrs  E  W  Johnson  custodian 
Brayton   Edward  L,  student    University  of  California,  res 

1167  Jackson 
Brazas  Anton  G,  laborer,  res  1723  Seventh 
Brazell  Antone,  res  Union  ave  nr  Green,  Stock  Yards 
Breard  Anthony,  barber,  res  1687  Eighth 
Brearty  Ellen  L  Miss,  res  1303  Chestnut 
Brearty  Francis  W  L,  plumber,  res  1303  Chestnut 
Brearty  Frank  F  Jr,  plumber  J  A  C  Macdonald,  res  cor  Six- 
teenth and  Chestnut 
Brearty  M  E  Mrst  Select  Home  School,  res  1303  Chestnut 
Brechtel  Charlotte  Miss,  res  s  s  Mariposa  ave  nr  Telegraph 

ave 
Brechtel   Wm,  teacher  of  languages,  S  F,  res   s  s  Mariposa 

ave  nr  Telegraph  ave 
Breck  James,  att-at-law,  res  578  Sixteenth 
Breck  James,  clerk,  S  F,  res  678  Fourteenth 
Breck  Samuel,  res  678  Fourteenth 
Breck  Samuel  Jr,  clerk  Oakland  Bank  of  Savings,  res  678 

Fourteenth 
Bredhoff  Charles,  bookkeeper,  S  F,  res  1219  Market 
Bredhoff  Henry,   bookkeeper  Clot  &  Meese,  S   F,  res   862 

Kirkham 
Bredhoff  Julius,  porter,  S  F,  res  1213  Eighth 
Breed  Arthur  H,  real  estate,  S  F,  res  572  Eighteenth 
Breed  Daniel  C,  bookkeeper,  S  F,  res  572  Eighteenth 
Breed  Stillman  F,  res  1274  Fruit  Vale  ave 
Breedlove  Ira  N,  printer  Tribune,  res  125  Thirteenth 
Breen  John,  saloon  cor  Piedmont  ave  and  Mather,  res  2063 

San  Pablo  ave 
Breen  Thomas,  carpenter,  1318  Kirkham 
Breen  Thomas,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Breen  William,  cigar  maker,  324  Second 
Breene  Joseph,  fireman  S  P  Co,  res  766  Fifth 


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Breese  F  F,  laborer  L  E  Ciawson  &  Co,  res  408  Thirteenth 
Bregers  Charles  W,  butcher,  1817  San  Pablo  ave,  res  same 
Brehm  Agnes  Mrs,  widow,  dressmaker,  res  1812  San  Pablo 

ave 
Breiling  Adolph,  butcher  Western  Market,  res  1473  Eighth 
Breiling   M  Mrs,  propr  Western  Market,  1473  Eighth,  res 

same 
Breiling  Oscar,  butcher   Western   Market,  res  1473   Eighth 
Bremmer  Lewis,  blacksmith  Judson  Manufacturing  Co,  res 

Commercial  Union  Hotel 
Bremmer  Thomas  S,  employe  Orlando  Bemis,  res  East  Oak- 
land Hotel 
Bremmerly  Albert,  res  489  Orchard 
Bremmerly  Nettie  Miss,  res  489  Orchard 
Brendemuhl  August,  capitalist,  res  end  Fruit  Vale  ave 
Brendemuhl  F  Mrs,  res  end  Fruit  Vale  ave- 
Brenham  R  B,  miner,  res  1393  Broadway 
Brennan  Barney,  butcher,  res  Charter  Oak  Hotel 
Brennan  Chas  D,  employe  Pacific  Iron  and  Nail  Works 
Brennan  Daniel,  res  963  Fifth 
Brennan  Daniel,  laborer,  res  1014  Third 
Brennan  Fred,  plumber,  res  963  Fifth 
Brennan  Louise  A,  res  963  Fifth 
Brennan    Timothy,    stone    cutter    Amador    Marble    Co,  res 

Mountain  View  Cemetery 
Brennen  Michael,  contractor  and  builder,  res  833  Harrison 
Brenton  E  L,  laundiyman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Brereton  K  S  Mrs,  res  2018  Telegraph  ave 
Brereton  John  M,  groceries,  1022  Twenty-fourth,  res  2018 

Telegraph  ave 
Bresmiham  James,  laborer,  Winthrop  House 
Bressler  Theo  A,  carpenter,  res  Beulah  Park 
Bretonnel  J  V,  lapidary,  S  F,  res  539  Nineteenth 
Brett  J  R  Mrs,  res  957  Harrison 

Brett  Mabel  E  Miss,  teacher  Lincoln  School,  res  957  Harri- 
son 
Brett  Martin  (Brett  &  Welsh)  res  801  Brush 
Brett  &  Welsh  (Martin  Brett  and  Patrick  Welsh)  groceries, 

sol  Brush 
Breuchaud  Albert  E,  carpenter,  res  1712  Taylor 
Breuer  Hermann,  grocer,  S  F,  res  1055  Wood 
Breuer  John,  laborer,  res  Union  ave  nr  Green,  stock  Yards 
Brewer  Annie  Mrs,  widow,  res  2207  San   Pablo  ave 
Brewer  Annie  W  Mi--,  teacher  evening  school,  res  578Thir- 

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Brewer  Elizabeth  Mrs,  res  L350  Franklin 


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Brewer  H  L,  carpenter  Jones  &  Co 

Brewer  J  H,  atty-at-law,  res  578  Thirteenth 

Brewis  Alfred,  apprentice,  res  1422  Sixteenth 

Brewis  James,  boiler  washer  S  P  Co,  res  1422  Sixteenth 

Brewster  C  Mrs,  propr  Oakland  House,  668  Broadway 

Brewster  D  Mrs,  res  858  West 

Brewster  Wm  C,  Industrial  Home  for  the    Adult  Blind,  res 

672  Twenty-fifth 
Briant  Geo,  janitor  Franklin  School,  res  1016  Tenth  ave 
Brickett  M  J  Mrs,  res  222  Ninth 
Bridge  &  Broadway  (Wm  Bridge  and  A  T  Broadway)  dairy, 

Redwood  road 

BRIDGE    AND    BUILDING   DEPT  S  P 

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Bridge  Ellen  Miss,  res  Prescott 

Bridge  Herbert,  teamster,  res  Prescott  nr  Redwood  road 

Bridge  John,  barber,  res  Prescott 

Bridge  Thomas,  farmer,  res  Prescott 

Bridge  Thomas  Jr,  laborer,  res  Prescott  nr  Redwood  road 

Bridge  William  (Bridge  &  Broadway)  dairymen,  res  Red- 
wood road 

BRIDGES  MARTIN  M,  wood,  coal  and  coke, 
NE  cor  Sixth  and  Washington,  res  952  Thirty-fifth 

Bridgman  C  B,  carpenter  and  cabinet  maker,  SW  cor  Third 
and  Filbert,  res  same 

Bridgman  Wm  C,  machine  hand,  760  Fifth 

Brier  C,  teacher  Urban  School,  S  F,  res  522  Twenty-second 

Brier  Martha  Miss,  res  522  Twenty-second 

Brier  Rose  Miss,  res  522  Twenty-second 

Briggs  A  F  Miss,  res  524  Thirteenth 

Briggs  Chester  G,  contractor  and  builder,  res  527  E  Four- 
teenth 

Briggs  David  M,  sticker  Wood  Works,  res  cor  Fourth  ave  and 
E  Twenty-seventh 

Briggs  Fred  S,  compositor  Oakland  Enquirer,  res  936  Ade- 
line 

Briggs  H  C  Mrs,  res  1457  San  Pablo  ave 

BRIGGS  LEROY  H,  millinery,  1005  Broadway, 
res  524  Thirteenth 

Briggs  Mabel  Miss,  res  527  E  Fourteenth 

Briggs  Mollie  Miss,  res  527  E  Fourteenth 

Briggs  Nina  L  Miss,  student,  res  1457  San  Pablo  ave 

Brigham  Calvin  0,  commission  merchant,  S  F,  res  1019 
Oak 

Brigham  Frank  E,  commission  merchant,  S  F,  res  1007 
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Brigham  Lena  A  Miss,  res  1019  Oak 

Brigham  Solon  B,  solicitor,  res  265  E  Sixteenth 

Brines  Charles,  res  1758  Seventh 

Brink  G  C  Mrs,  res  767  Fourteenth 

Brink  J  M,  res  416  Eighth 

Briones  G  J,  propr  barber  shop,  1762  Seventh,  res  same 

Briones  R  L,  barber,  844  Broadway,  res  Tenth  nr  Franklin 

Brissell  Anna  M,   inmate   Industrial    Home    for  the  Adult 

Blind,  res  same 
Briton  W  W,  atty-at-law,  S  F,  res  1227  Chestnut 
BRITTON  JOHN  A,  secretary  Oakland  Gas  Light 

and  Heat  Co,  res  966  Jefferson 
Britton  Patrick,  cement  layer,  res  870  Lydia 
Britzius  D  A,  employe  S  P  Co,  res  1864  Division 
Brizard  Alexander,  merchant,  res  1219  Adeline 
Brizard  Bruce,  student,  res  1219  Adeline 
Brizard  Paul  A,  student,  res  1219  Adeline 
Broach  Lincoln,  carpenter,  res  1162  Campbell 
Broad  Charles  A,  boots  and  shoes,  S  F,  res  NE  cor  Thirty- 
sixth  and  Market 
Broad  Charles  E,  agt,  res  708  Twenty-ninth 
Broadhurst  J,  employe  M  J  KEIilJEIt 
Broadway  Annie  Miss,  res  NW  cor  Redwood  and  Old  County 

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Broadway  Arthur   T  (Bridge  &   Broadway)   dairyman,  res 

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Broadway  Elizabeth  M  Mrs,  res  Redwood  road 
Broadway  Henry,  carpenter,  res  Redwood  road 
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Broadwell  Ella  Miss,  res  1226  Fruit  Vale  ave 

Broadwell  Elias  H,  rancher,  res  713  Nineteenth 

Broadwell  Melvin  L,  (Towle  &  Broadwell)  res  1514  Brush 

Brock  Annie  L  Miss,  res  1  158  Broadway 

Brock  Christie  L,  clerk  Oakland  Bank  of  Savings,  res  L458 
Broadway 

Brock  George  \\\  painter, res  1723  Market 

Brock  Jacob  \V.  laborer,  res  L264  Kirkham 

Brock  Jessie  Miss,  res  17"_,."l  Market 

Brock  Joseph  II,  clerk,  res  L458  Broadway 

Brcfck  Joseph  M,  hardware  Oroville,  res  L458  Broadway 

Brock  Josie  Miss,  res  L723  Markel 

Brock  Wm,  bookkeeper,  8  l\  res  8W  cor  McCaU  and  Mari- 
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Brockhage  Frederick  A,  carpenter,  res  765  Eighteenth 

Brockhage  John  F,  searcher  of*  records,  8  F,  res  765  Eigh- 
teenth 

Brockhage  Catherine  Miss,  res  765  Eighteenth 

Brockhorst  Annie  Miss,  res  809  Thirteenth 

Brockmann  Ewald,  laundryman,  res  1134  Kirkham 

Brockmiller  C  L,  switchman  S  P  Co,  res  Grand  Western 
Hotel 

Brode  Richard,  blacksmith  SW  cor  Eighth  and  Clav,  res 
665  Third 

Broderick  Annie  Miss,  res  1706  Seward 

Broderiek  Charles  W,  machinist  S  P  Co,  res  5  Maple 

Broderick  Charlotte  Mrs,  widow,  res  1706  Seward 

Broderick  Ed,  horseshoer,  res  862  Franklin 

Broderick  John,  res  813  Filbert 

Broderick  Lottie  Miss,  res  1706  Seward 

Broderick  Patrick,  laborer,  res  813  Filbert 

Broderick  Patrick,  foreman  Oakland  Cable  Car  Co,  res  1113 
Eighth  ave 

Broderick  R,  res  813  Filbert 

Broderick  Wm  B,  plnmber  T  J  Brady,  res  813  Filbert 

Broderick  William  F,  student,  res  1706  Seward 

Brodie  Charles  A,  res  734  Chester 

Brodie  Ernest  A,  clerk  S  P  Co,  res  1205  Peralta 

Brodien  Carrie  Miss,  res  1591  Telegraph  ave 

Bro-lien  Emma  J  Mrs,  widow,  res  1009  Twenty-sixth 

Brodley  R  H,  switchman  £>  P  Co,  res  1551  Seventh 

Brodt  A  W,  vineyardist,  office  367  Twelfth,  res  Pleasanton 

Brodt  EMrs,  res  1454A-  Seventh 

Brodt  Lincoln,  machinist  California  Door  Co,  res  1162 
Campbell 

Brokamp  Benj,  tailor  413  Seventh,  res  same 

Brokaw  Eliza  B  Mrs,  res  940  Filbert 

Bromley  Anna  Miss,  res  483  Merrimac 

Bromley  Charlotte  E  Miss,  curator  E  Oakland  Free  Read- 
ding  Room,  562  E  Twelfth,  res  651  E  Fourteenth 

Bromley  John  L,  real  estate,  864|  Broadway,  res  483  Mer- 
rimac 

Bromley  Martha  Miss,  res  483  Merrimac 

Bromley  Marian  Miss,  res  483  Merrimac 

Bromley  Roscoe  P,  clerk  W  B  Hardy,  res  483  Merrimac 

Bromley  Thomas  L,  artist,  864£  Broadway,  res  483  Merri- 
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Bromley  Virginia  Miss,  res  483  Merrimac 

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Bromstad  Richard,  blacksmith,  cor  San  Pablo  ave  and 
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Bromwell  Louis  L,  pres  California  Insurance  Co.  S  F,  953 
Madison 

Broneer  Carl  W,  restaurant.  S  F.  res  696  Twenty-fifth 

Bronson  Horace  H,  yardman  S  P  Co,  res  1255  Center 

BronsoD  H  W,  fireman  California  Hosiery  Co,  res  570  Six- 
teenth 

Bronson  Laura  M  Miss,  res  1255  Center 

Bronson  Nellie  L  Miss,  res  1255  Center 

Bronson  Russell,  real  estate  and  insurance,  res  1156i  Sev- 
enth 

Brook  M  Mrs.  res  551  Eighth 

Brooke  Charles,  sign  advertising,  S  F,  res  1254  Eighth 

Brooke  Lillie  Miss,  res  1254  Eighth 

Brooke  Minnie  Miss,  res  1254  Eighth 

Brookes  S  E,  candy  and  ice  cream,  1205  Broadwav  and 
1206  San  Pablo,  res  564  Eighteenth 

Brooklvn  Athletic  Club,  Prof  Tom  Carroll  mgr,  777  East 
Twelfth 

Brooklyn  Brewery,  John  Schoenfelder  propi  SW  cor  E 
Fourteenth  and  Eighteenth  ave 

Brooklyn  Hotel,  cor  Twenty-second  ave  and  E  Twelfth 

BROOKLYN  LUMBER  YARD,  E  M  Derby 

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Brooklvn      Market,     Charles     Bitterman     propr.     766     E 

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Brooklvn   Presbvterian    Church,  Rev  E  S  Chapman  pastor, 

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BROOKLYN   RESTAURANT,   Robertson   & 

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teenth ave 
Brooklyn  Station  s  P  Co,  W  PGeary  agt.foot  of  Thirteenth 

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Brooklyn  Tannery,  Q  F  Christ  &  Sona  proprs,  cor  Twenty- 
cond  ave  and  E  Twelfth 

Brooka  Aipheua  B,oil  refiner,  950  Poplar 

Brooke  A.ngi<    P  M  ps,  rea  1111  Adeline 

Brooks  a  I  ill  Brooks,  Harry  Brooka  and  A  E  Wilkin- 
son )  groc(  i •;•  s,  hay,  grain  and  feed,  cor  Thirteenth  ave 
and  El  Fourteenth 

Brooke  EC  Mrs,  r<  a  318  Duranl 

Brooka  Eliza  Mrs,  rea  •;•~•,.,  Tenth 

Brooka  I-   I",  wood  turner.  518  Fifteenth 

Brooka  Frank,  tailor  Jon<  -  a  haul,  res  Franklin  House 


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O    ^  Brooks  Harry  '(Brooks  &  Co)  res  1266  Twelfth  ave  ^  ' 

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„   J"  and  Geo  W  Humphreyjhay,  grain  and  feed,  411  Eleventh   J  ™ 

fc    *   Brooks  James  H,  agt  S  P  Co,  res  1372  Twelfth  ave  x  hH 

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*    ^  Brooks  Joseph,  clerk  Robert  Mott,  res  950  Poplar 
X    jS  Brooks  Joseph  F,  master  mariner,  res  950  Poplar 
.    a   Brooks  Joseph  F  Jr,  salesman,  res  950  Poplar 
5    53   Brooks  Lafayette  (Brooks  &  Co)  res  1313  Twelfth  ave 
•»         Brooks  Lincoln  M  Mrs,  res  1111  Adeline 
.■*-*-»»  Brooks  M  Mrs,  res  561  Eighth 
*Ji  I  Brooks  Patrick  J,  waiter,  res  1630  Union 
K   '  Brooks  Payton  H,  clerk,  S  F,  res  318  Durant 
^J     Brooks  Richard  M,  bookkeeper,  S  F,  res  1235  Poplar 
Lmi   |  Brooks  Samuel,  employe  S  P  Co,  res  1430  Twenty-third  ave 
ff\     Brooks  Thadcleus   R  (Brooks    &  Humprey)   res  Arlington  i  - 
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Brooks  W  E,  dentist,  1155  Broadway,  res  518  Frederick 
Brooks  Win,  machinist  Independent  Planing  Mills,  res  518    ^ 
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K£     Brophy  Geo,  engineer  Aaron  Robinson,  res  1010  Franklin 
Brophy  Nicholas,  laborer,  res  2239  Peralta 
Brophy  Patrick  J,  carpenter,  210  Broadway,  res  same 
tM   i  Brophy  Steve,  tinsmith  Clarence  Hyde,  res  Union  Hotel 
Brophy  Wm,  carpet  layer  Aaron  Robinson 
Brosnaham  Conrad,  res  416  Eighth 
Brosnan  Dennis,  laborer,  res  Charter  Oak  Hotel 
Brosnan  John,  laborer,  res  Charter  Oak  Hotel 
Brosnan  John  C,  propr  Charter  Oak  Hotel,  1763  Seventh, 
'res  same 
T*  I  Brossmann  Catherine  Mrs,  widow,  res  920  Pine 
"*w  Brossmann  Emma  E,  dressmaker,  res  920  Pine 
CD  |  Brossman  William,  jeweler,  res  920  Pine 

Brother  Julian,  supt  works  St  Mary's  College  fit 

Brotherhood    of   Railway  Conductors,   meets  Fidelity  Hall  jjj 

cor  Seventh  and  Peralta  j  ^   5 

Brouchoud  Joseph,  artist,  S  F,  res  1419  Twelfth  ave 
Brougher  Frederick  C,  res  378  E  Fifteenth 
o"i  Brougher  James  W,  student,  res  378  E  Fifteenth 
§f     Brougher  Nellie  V  Miss,  res  378  E  Fifteenth 
Brower  Blanch  S  Miss,  res  1012  Seventh  ave 
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Hiower  Henry,  res  832  West 

Brower  Jeff,  cash   boy  Taft  &  Pennoyer,  res   1012   Seventh 

ave 
Brower  S  G  Mrs,  res  405  E  Eleventh 
Brower  Thos  J,  res  1012  Seventh  ave 
Brown   Agnes   Miss,  student  Depue  &  Aydelotte's  Business 

College,  res  1321  Sixth  ave 

BROWN  ALBERT  successor  to  HAMILTON 

&  BROWN,  undertakers,  466-468  Thirteenth,  res 
1387  Alice,  Telephone  18 
Brown  Albert,  engineer,  res  474  Twenty-sixth 
Brown  Albert  L,  engineer,  res  1756  Telegraph  ave 
Brown   Alexander,  blacksmith  California  Jute  Mill  Co,  res 

609  Valdez 
Brown  Allie  L  Miss,  student,  res  525  Fortieth 
Brown  Anna  Miss,  res  1123  Filbert 
Brown  Annie  Miss,  res  373  Fourth 
Brown  Annie  Miss,  student,  res  2053  Market 
Brown  Annie  B  Miss,  res  1659  Grove 
Brown  Archibald,  tinsmith,  705  Broadway 
Brown  Arthur,  supt  B  and  B  Department  S  P  Co,  res  1031 

Filbert 
Brown     Bell,    employe    California   Hosiery   Co,  res  670   E 

Eleventh 
Brown  Bessie  Miss,  res  528  Eighteenth 
Brown  Brice,  expressman,  res  1849  Chestnut 
Brown  Carrie  Miss,  res  1061  Clay 
Brown  Catherina,  res  423  Second 
BrowD  Charlie,  messenger   Sunset   Telephone    Co,    res  973 

Washington 
Brown    Chas,    pants    maker  M  J  KELLER,   res    817 

Chesnut 
Brown  Daisy  1  Mi  — .re-  974  Center 
Brown  David,  confectioner,  res  L21J  E  Fifteenth 
Brown  David  .1.  engineer,  res  L782  Atlantic 
Brown  Dudley  C  (Brown  &  McKinnon)  supervisor   District 

No  I.  res  Kh',1  Clay 
Brown  E  Mrs,  widow,  res  L372  T<  nth 
Brown  E  Miss,  packer  R  Franke  &  I 
Brown  Edmund,  res  L267  Brush 
BROWN  EDWARD  A,  wood   and  coal,  U(M12 

Ninth,  res  Piedmont  ave  nr  city  limits 
Brown  Edward  l>.  collector,  S  l\  res  L715  Seward 
Brown  Edgar  C,  cl<      ,  SI     res  408  E  Twelfth 
Browne  Effie  Miss,  res  1015  Sixth  a^ 


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Brown  Eliza  P  Miss,  music  teacher  Oakland  Public  Schools, 

res  962  Clay 
Brown  Ella  Miss,  res  1061  Clay 
Brown  Elmer  H,  foreman   W    H    Brown's    Stable,  res  1301 

Clay 
Brown  Ernest  C,  engineer  Engine  Co  No  5,  res  468  Sixth 
Brown  Esther  Miss,  clerk,  S  F,  res  474  Twenty-sixth 
Brown  Esther  M  Miss,  res  1756  Telegraph  ave 
Brown  Florence  L  Mrs,  widow,  res  SW  cor  Alice  and  Third 
Brown  Francis  A,  builder,  624  East  Twelfth,  res  1321  Sixth 

ave 
Brown  Frank,  laborer,  res  544  Webster 
Brown  Frank,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  1619  Sixteenth 
Brown  Frank,  groceries  and  fruit,  1454    Seventh,  res  1454-J- 

Seventh 
Brown  Frank  G,  house  painter  Al  Woods,  res  1715  Twenty- 
fifth 
Brown  Frank  M,  decorator,  res  1322  Tenth  ave 
Browm  Frederick  M,  res  806  Thirteenth 
Brown  Geo,  clerk  S  P  Co  offices,  S  F,  res  1322  Tenth  ave 
Brown  Geo,  res  967  Cypress 
Brown  Geo  O,  jeweler,  S  F,  res  1374  Tenth 
Brown  Geo  W,  street  sprinkler,  res  409  E  Seventeenth 
Brown  Harry,  painter  W  W  Tucker 
Brown  Harry  D,  res  875  Washington 
Brown  Harvey,  stenographer,  S  F,  res  1406  Ninth 
Brown  Harvey  S,  attorney  S  P  Co,  res  806  Thirteenth 
Brown  Henry  A,  machinist,  res  1163  Seventh 
Brown  Henry  H,  porter  M  Welsh,  res  471  Tenth 
Brown  Herbert,  student,  res  1012  Center 
Brown  Herbert  F,  carpenter,  res  1439  Filbert 
Brown  Hiram  P,  atty-at-law,  619  Nineteenth,  res  same 
Brown  Horace  P,  pressman,  S    F,   res   SW    cor    Alice    and 

Third 
Brown  H  W,  clerk,  res  1174  E  Fifteenth 
Brown  James,  laundry  man  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Brown  James,  res  cor  Sutter  and  Park,  Golden  Gate 
Brown  James,  janitor    Brooklyn    Presbyterian   Church,  res 

1524  Eleventh  ave 
Brown  James,  propr  Corralitos  Paper  Co,  res  528  Eighteenth 
Brown  James,  teamster,  res  776  Seventh 
Brown  James  C,  mining  engineer,  res  1709  Myrtle 
Brown  James  H,  student,  res  1217  Kirkham 
Brown  James  H,  res  cor  Fourth  ave  and  E  Twenty-fourth 
Brown  James  L,  stenographer,  S  F,  res  1715  Seward 


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Browu    James   P,  law    department   S    P    Co,  S    F,  res    570 
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Brown  J  Dalzell,  bookkeeper,  S  F,  res  1046  Kirkham 

BROWN  J  E  H,  manager  wholesale  department  Sal- 
linger  Brothers,  res  San  Pablo  ave  nr  Forty-second 

Brown  Jeremiah  R,  clerk,  S  F,res  1462  Twelfth 

Brown  Jesse,  driver  People's  Express  Co,  res  527  Seventh 

Brown  Jennie  Mrs,  dressmaker  SE  cor  Fourth  and  Broad- 
way, res  same 

Brown  Jennie  Miss,  res  San  Pablo  ave  nr  Fortieth 

Brown  Jessie  Miss,  res  514  Sixth 

Brown  J  H,  carpenter  S  P  Co,  res  813  Campbell 

Brown  J  L,  Wells,  Fargo  &  Co's  Bank,  S  F 

Brown  John,  farmer,  res  s  s  Benton  nr  Shattuck  ave 

Brown  John,  laborer,  S  P  Co,  res  806  Willow 

Brown  John,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  1716  Pacific 

Brown  John,  longshoreman  water  front  nr  Webster 

Brown  John,  res  965  Third  ave 

Brown  John  C,  captain  steamer  Transit,  res  950  Campbell 

Brown  John  E,  porter  P  P  C  Co,  1756  Seventh 

Brown  John  F,  res  738  Thirty-third 

Brown  John  H,  carpenter,  res  525  Fortieth 

BROWN  JOHN  L,  manager  Wm  H  Brown's  Stable. 
510  Thirteenth,  res  1301  Clay 

Brown  John  W.  mariner,  res  Crawford,  Golden  Gate 

Brown  Joseph,  res  1321  Sixth  ave 

Brown  Joseph  C,  miller,  661  Third 

Brown  Joseph  W.  carpenter  S  P  Co,  res  813  Campbell 

Brown  Josiah  P,  merchant,  res  962  Fifth 

Brown  L  Mi>>.  res  L82&  San  Pablo  ave 

Brown  Leland  S,  clerk  Gaskill  &  Vandercook,  rea  s"<'>  Thir- 
teenth 

Brown  Leonard  D,  capitalist,  res  1220  Cast 

Brown  Louise  Mrs,  groceries,  ,;77  Adeline,  rea  same 

Brown   Lloyd,  blind  maker  California  Door  Co,  res  cor  Wal- 
nut and  San  Jo86  ;ive 

Brown  Lu  Miss,  rea  L716  Seward 

Brown  Maggie  Mrs,  rea  1465  Third 

Brown  Manuel,    laborers  P  Co,   rea   rear  915   E   Fifteenth 

Brown  Margan  t  Mrs,  rea  1  123  San  Pable  ave 

Brown  Margaret  Miss,  fea  Crawford,  Golden  Gate 

Brown  Martin,  gardener,  rea  318  Thirteenth 

Brown   Mary,  employe  California  Hosiery   Co,  res  670  East 

venth 
Brown  Mary  Mrs,  rea  sl<>  Webster 
Brown  Mary  E  Mrs,  rea  721  E  Thirty-fifth 

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Brown  Mary  E  Miss,  res  962  Clay 

Brown  Matilda  Mrs,  widow,  res  2053  Market 

Brown  Maud  Miss,  res  San  Pablo  ave  nr  Fortieth 

BROWN  &  McKINNON  (D   C   Brown  and  J  A 

McKinnon)  merchant  tailors,  1018  Broadway 
Brown  Michael,  res  1123  Filbert 
Brown  Morris  J,  mariner,  res  139  Hellen 
Brown  M  P,  bookkeeper,  S  F,  res  1120  West 
Brown  Mrs,  vest  maker  Jones  &  Daul,  res  Lorin 
Brown  Myron,  driver  People's  Express  Co,  res  514  Sixth 
Brown    Myron    W,    res   cor    Fourth    ave   and  E    Twenty- 
Fourth 
Brown  N,  porter  S  P  Co,  res  756i  Willow 
Brown  Nettie  M  Miss,  res  1591  Telegraph  ave 
Brown  Orson  D,  patrolman,  res  1439  Filbert 
Brown  Perry  H,  barber,  1228  Broadway,  res  same 
Brown  Ralph,  commission  merchant,  S  F,  res  1462  Twelfth 
Brown  R  C,  mining  engineer,  res  463  Twenty-sixth 
Brown  Robert,   carpenter   Oakland    Windmill    Co,   res  872 

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Brown  Robert  J,  carpenter,  res  872  Lydia 
Brown  Roland  G,  stock  broker,  S  F,  res  1389  Jackson 
Brown  Rosa,  domestic,  153  East  Tenth 
Brown  Sarah  S  Mrs,  matron   West  Oakland  Home,  res  973 

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Brown  S  E  Mrs,  res  1012  Center 
Brown  Tillie  Miss,  student,  res  2053  Market 
Brown  Thomas,  domestic  St    Joseph's    Academy,    res    205 

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Brown  Thomas  H,  lather,  res  1217  Kirkham 
Brown  William,  res  872  Lydia 
Brown  Wm,  house  painter,  res  423  Second 
Brown  Wm,  res  409  East  Seventeenth 
Brown  Will  E,  driver  Talcott's  Dairy,  res   High  opp  Pres- 

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Brown  William  G,  stock  raiser,  res  1715  Seward 
Brown  Wm  H,  cook   Geo   W  Walker,    res    cor    Brush  and 

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Brown  Wm  H,  res  525  Fortieth 

Brown  William  H,  paper  hanger,  res  738  E  Thirty-third 
Brown  William  H,    undertaker,    S    F,    res    cor   Sutter  and 

Park,  Golden  Gate 
BROWN  WM  H,  livery  stable,    510  Thirteenth,  res 

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Brown  Wm  M  Jr,  fireman,  res  974  Center 

Brown  Wm  Z,  bricklayer,  res  814  Lewis 

Brown  Willis  M,  clerk  Pavot,  Upham  &  Co,  S  F,  res  962 
Fifth 

Browne  A  B  Miss,  res  1129  Myrtle 

Browne  A  F,  clerk  S  P  Co,  res  977  E  Twenty-eighth 

Browne  Christopher  WT,  clerk,  res  1015  Sixth  ave 

Browne  Daniel  W,  honse  painter,  res  w  s  Telegraph  ave  bet 
Forty-fourth  and  Forty-fifth 

Browne  Erne  Miss,  res  1015  Sixth 

Browne  Evelyn  Miss,  res  977  E  Twenty-eighth 

Browne  Frederick  D,  civil  engineer  S  P  Co,  res  977  E 
Twenty-eighth 

Browne  Gus  E,  insurance  clerk,  res  1015  Sixth  ave 

Browne  India  Mrs,  res  1015  Sixth  ave 

BROWNE  P  D,  notary  public  and  conveyancer,  458 
Ninth,  res  977  E  Twenty-eighth 

Browne  Spencer  C,  real  estate,  S  F,  res  470  Edwards 

Brownell  Abner,  propr  Our  Corner  Saloon,  1251  San  Pablo 
ave,  res  767  Seventeenth 

Brownell  Ada  Mrs,  res  667  Fifteenth 

Brownell  Don  C,  traveling  agt  Carroll  &  Co,  res  667  Fif- 
teenth 

Brownell  E  A  Varney  Mrs,  physician,  room  4  Playter  Block, 

Brownell  H  M,  salesman  Columbus  Buggy  Co,  res  1209 
Broadway 

Bruce  Henry,  shipwright  S  P  Co,  res  1369  Eighth 

Bruce  John  M,  gardener  Dr  T  H  Pinkerton,  cor  Thir- 
teenth ave  and  E  Twenty-seventh 

Bruce  John  K,  carpenter,  S  F,  res  1653  Seventh 

Bruce  Kittie  Miss,  res  L369  Eighth 

BRUCE  SAMUEL  J,  manager  Kohler  &  Chase, 
res  L462  Curtisa 

Bruce  Walter  I),  engineer  S  P  Co,  res  L072  Campbell 

Bruder  John,  gardener  Herman  Althof,941  Filbert 

Brueck  Wm  A,  Homoeopathic  Pharmacy,  956  Broadway,  pea 
704  Nineteenth 

Bruenn  A,  physician  and  surgeon,  office  561  Tenth,  res  563 
Tenth 

Bruenn  Adolph,  piano  mfr  and  music  and  musical  instru- 
ments, factory  Fourteenth  and  Webster  Depot,  1074 
Broadway,  res  710  Twenty-fifth 

Bruenn  Henry  II,  music  teacher,  pea  563  Tenth 

Bruguiere  John  O,  cigars  and  tobacco,  1171  Broadway,  res 
306  Fourteenth 

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|  Bruml  Arthur,  533  Eighteenth 
^*  Bruml  R  Mrs,  widow,  res  533  Eighteenth 
d   Bruml  S  Mrs,  res  533  Eighteenth 

Brumpton  Frederick,  employe  Oakland  Gas  Light  &  Heat 
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•p  !  Brumund  Wm,  laborer,  res  428  Second 
S  [  Brundage  B  L,  res  1019  Filbert 
-p   Brunelle  Onesine,  teamster  Remillard  Brick  Co 
^   Bruning  Annie  Mrs,  widow,  res  1400  Eleventh 
^  Bruning  Bros  (John  H   and  Henry  F   Bruning)  wholesale 
<d  and  retail  confectioners,  483  Seventh 

S  ■  Bruning  Henry  F  (Bruning  Bros)  res  864  Henry 
§ji  Bruning  John  H,  confectioner,  483  Seventh,  res  832  Frank- 

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0  Brunjes  Adel  Miss,  res  768  Fourteenth 

^    BRXJNJE  J  A,  groceries,  wines   and   liquors,   1551- 
(j)|  1553  Broadway,  res  1643  Broadway 

01  Brunje  Herman,  coachman  F  Delger,  res  524  Nineteenth 
^*   Brunjes  Fred,  res  768  East  Fourteenth 

Brunjes  Henry,  cooper  Isaac  Levy,  res  768  Fourteenth 

Brunker  Alice  E  Miss,  res  1323  Twelfth  ave 

Brunker  Fred   E,    carpenter    and   cigars,    628  E    Twelfth, 

res  1323  Twelfth  ave 
Brunker  Sarah  J  Miss,  res  1323  Twelfth  ave 
Bruno  James,  laborer,  res  w  s  First  ave  nr  Summer 
Bruns  D,  propr   Commercial  Union  Hotel,  Park  ave,  Em- 
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Bruns  Emma  Miss,  res  728  Linden 
Bruns  J  C  C,  milling,  S  F,  res  1113  Adeline 
Bruns  J  P,  employe  Burnham-Standeford  Co 
w  Brunson  Horace  W,  fireman  Woolen    Mills,  res  936  Thirtv- 

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H  ^  Brunwin    Bernard,   butcher  Syracuse  Market,  res   Charter 

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JJj  <  Brusie  James,  merchant  Modesto,  res  570  Thirteenth 

H      I  Brusie  Lulu  M  Miss,  res  570  Thirteenth 
Bruso  Wm,  painter,  res  Union  Hotel 
Brustgrun  Anna  H  Miss,  res  2034  Broadway 
Brustgrun  Frederick,  res  2034  E  road  way 
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Bryan  Joseph,  butcher,  res  1401  Twelfth 

Bryan  Lillie,  domestic,  918  Union 

Bryan  Lizzie  Miss,  res  680  Eighteenth 

Bryan  Mamie  Miss,  student,  res  1401  Twelfth 

Bryan  Mary  A  Mrs,  widow,  res  1360  Webster 

Bryan  Patrick,  student,  res  1401  Twelfth 

Bryant  Dan  F,  printer  Tribune  Publishing  Co 

Bryant  E  Louise,  compositor,  res  858  Franklin 

Bryant  Edwin  R,  carpenter,  res  960  Clay 

Bryant  Frank,  carpenter,  res  864  Washington 

Bryant  Fred,    messenger    Sunset   Telephone    Co,   res    1016 
Tenth  ave 

Bryant  Henry,  porter,  res  Twenty-fourth  ave  bet  E  Eleventh 
and  Railroad  ave 

Bryant  John,    propr    Grand    Western     Restaurant,    1756 
Seventh,  res  cor  Willow  and  Chase 

Bryan  Lizzie  Miss,  dressmaker,  res  1401  Twelfth 

Bryant  Nellie  Miss,  student  High  School,  res  1016  Tenth  ave 

Bryant  W  H,  engineer  S  P  Co,  res  1521  Eighth 

Bryden  Arthur  A,  clerk  California  Cotton  Mills  Co,  res  (.»7" 
E  Fourteenth 

Bryden  Silas  W,  printer    Tribune  Publishing    Co,    res    975 
E  Fourteenth 

Brydgea  Ada  Mrs,  res  1621  Thirteenth  ave 

Brydges  Harry  W,  conductors  P  Co,  res  Nilea 

Bryenton  A  A.  salesman,  res  562  Eighth 

Bryne  John,  raftsman  S  P  Co,  res  Kirkham 

Brynea  John,  machinist  SP  Co,  res  cor  Willow  and  Pacific 

Buch  Albert,  rea  L221  Eighteenth  ave 

Bach  Ole,  employe  Pullman  Palace  Car  Co,  res  Alameda       i 

Buchanan    Alexander,  conductor  8  P  Co,  rea    1015  E  Fif- 
teenth 

Buchanan  Elijah  M,  carpenter  8  P  Co,  rea  1013  Wood 
tochanarj  .lame-,  butcher  Fred  Becker,  rea  Eureka  Hotel 
tochanan  John,  gardener  0  S  Orrick,  rea  Vernon    Heighta 
tochanarj  PG  Rev, rea  77:)  Sixteenth 
tochanan  William  A, carpenter  8  P  Co,  rea  L013  Wood 
tocher  Wm  E,  brick   taker,  718  i  'astro 
tocher  Winer,  rancher,  rea  The  Round  House,  High 
tockman  Harry,  tailor,  l<>7  Sixth,  rea  Bame 
toch  Addiaon  (Buck  &Judkina)  rea  Fruii  Vale 
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9     •  Buck  Emma  Miss,  res  929  Adeline 

0«     ^  Buck  &  Judkins  (Addison  and  Chas  M  Buck  and  L  C    Jud 

^  £  kins)  contractors  and  builders,  963  Franklin 

QC    >*  Buckalew  A  Mrs,  dressmaker,  1103i  Broadway,  res  same 

K     g  Buckbee  Emma  Miss,  res  217  Helen 

g     §)  Buckbee  Martin,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  217  Helen 

Buckel  C  A  Miss,  physician,  952  Fourteenth,  res  same 
Buckelew  Amanda  Miss,  res  700  Thirty-fourth 
Buckelew  Johanna  B  Mrs,  widow,  res  700  Thirty-fourth        I  ^  ^s 
Buckelew  Lillie  C  Miss,  res  700  Thirty-fourth  |  %  M 

Buckelew  Mary  F,  teacher  Cole  School,  res  700  Thirty-fourth   %  m 
Buckelew  Minnie   E  Miss,  teacher  Durant   School,  res  700 

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Buckeye  Livery  Stable,  Christian  W  Weinberg   propr,  1386 
Broadway 
P?   |  BUCKHOUT  ADNA    H,  patent    hot    air    grates, 
res  606  Sixteenth 
BUCKINGHAM  LILLIE    MRS,  employment 

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Buckingham  Robt  H,  boots  and  shoes,  S  F,  res  525   Eighth 
I  Buckingham  S,  res  563  Eleventh 
2C   !  Buckley  Chester  K,  merchant,  res  Ross  House 
[jl    I  Buckley  Cornelius,  lumberman,  702  Third 

Wi  Bucklev  Daniel,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  821  Filbert 
Buckley  Frank  E,  clerk  Park  &  Lacy  Co,  S  F,  res  1212  Web- 
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'  Buckley  Horace  F,  farmer,  res  1168  Eighth  ave 
Buckley  J  L,  painter,  res  Union  Hotel 
Buckley  John  L  (W  T  Hamilton  &  Co)  res  w  s  Claremont 

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Buckley  Joseph,  carpenter,  res  Forty-fifth 
Buckley  Kate  Miss,  agt  S  P  Co,  Stock  Yards 
Buckley  Milton,  machinist,  res  1060  Poplar 
Buckley  Nellie  M  Miss,  milliner,  res  270  East  Tenth 
Bucklin  Albert  G,  carpenter,  res  969  Kirkham  \Aj 

Buckman  S  W,  laborer,  res  s  s  Forty-fourth,  nr  Telegraph  '   HH 

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Buckner  Mary  Mrs,  res  625  Tenth 
Budde  Theodore,  employe  S  P  Co,  res  717  Fourth 
Buddington  Nellie  Mrs,  widow,  res  963  Chester 
Buel  Emma  W  Miss,  res  363  E  Twelfth 
Buel  F  Mrs,  res  363  E  Twelfth 
Buel  Rosa  M  Miss,  res  363  E  Twelfth 
Buell  David  H,  carpenter  S  H  Wilson,  res  771  Eleventh 


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Buell  Helen  Mrs,  res  610  E  Eighteenth 
Buell  Linus,  student,  res  610  E  Eighteenth 
Buell  Wm,  laundry  man  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Buelna  Gertrude  R  Mrs,  res  rear  878  Milton 
Buffett  Charles  C,  carriage   mfr,  1304   Broadway,   res   2156 

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Buffington  John  M,  mining  sec,  res  963  Oak 
Buffington  William  H,  bookkeeper,  S  F,  res  1020  Chester 
Buggi  Celestono,  stonecutter  Western  Granite   and   Marble 

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Buhsen  Diedrich,  capitalist,  res  1802  William 
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BUHSEN   N  D,  groceries,   wines   and   liquors,    1801 

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Buich    Martin,    dishwasher    Antone    Lizak,   res    1320    San 

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Bulger  John  K,  chief  engineer  steamer   Alexander,  res   454 

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Bulkley    Kate    A    Mrs,    teacher    Field    Seminary,    res    543 

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Bulkley  Milton,  salesman  H  P  Gregory  &   Co,  S   F,  res  545 

Albion 
Bull  Mary  D  Miss,  teacher  Lincoln  School,  res  1259  Webster 
Bullen  A  M  Mrs,  res  s  a  Forty-sixth  or  Shattuck  ave 
Bullock  Charles,  bookkeeper  J  C  Bullock,  res   L626  Twelfth 
Bullock  Ella  L  Miss,  res  <•>:<>  Market 

Bullock  Barry,  plumber  John  C  Bullock,  res  L626   Twelfth 
Bullock  Harry  C, tinner  and    plumber  S  P  Co,  res  1 7 r> J  At- 

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Bullock   Harvey   K.  capitalist,   472  Tenth,  res  970  Market 

Bullock  .1  C,  tin,  copper  and  sbeel  iron  ware,  plumbing  and 
gasfitting,  L686  Seventh,  res  L 626  Twelfth 

Bullock  .1  C  Jr,  plumber  .1  C  Bullock,  res  L626  Twelfth 

Bullock  Margaret  M  Miss,  res  (.»7<»  Market 

Bullock  Thomas,  painter  and  paper  hanger,  res  ls-">l  Wil- 
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BullockThos  F,  clerk  J  II  Bacon,  rea  L83]  William 

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Bumiller  E,  rea  Tubba  Hotel 

Bumiller  -I ,  rea  Tubba  Hotel 

Buuce  Cyrua  V,  carpenter,  rea  L5284  Broadway 

Bunce  Edward  E,  farmer,  rea  Hayes  Canyon 

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Bundensen  Ellen  Miss,  domestic  L  F  Cockroft,  res  Prospect 
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Bundy  Mary  Miss,  res  Home  for  Aged  Women 

Bundy  E  D  Mrs,  res  605  Tenth 

Bundy  Maud  Miss,  res  605  Tenth 

Bunker  G  H,  res  714  Chester 

Bunker  Mary  Miss,  res  216  Thirteenth 

Bunnell  E  F,  dentist,  S  F,  res  1955  Telegraph  ave 

Bunnell  Geo  W,  professor  Greek,  University  of  California, 
res  1955  Telegraph  ave 

Burbank  Albert  E,  live  stock,  S  F,  res  1116  Campbell 

Burbank  Carrie  G  Miss,  res  1372  Telegraph  ave 

Burbank  Charlotte  F  Mrs,  res  763  Eighth 

Burbank  Frances  F  Miss,  res  763  Eighth 

Burbank  H  S  Mrs,  res  1372  Telegraph  ave 

Burbank  Lester,  shoemaker  Nolan  Bros,  S  F,  res  629  Four- 
teenth 

Burbank  Louis,  res  629  Fourteenth 

Burbank  Samuel  F,  real  estate,  res  763  Eighth 

Burbank  William  F,  asst  editor  Oakland  Enquirer  and  atty- 
at-law,  res  763  Eighth 

Burbeck  Geo,  teller  First  National  Bank,  res  1259  West 

Burch  Gilbert  W,  switchman  S  P  Co,  res  1717  Filbert 

BTJRCHA.RD  Ij  S,  physician  and  surgeon  and  at- 
tending physician  Receiving  Hospital,  office  1103i 
Broadway,  rooms  6  and  7,  res  room's  28  and  29,  office 
hours  10  a  m  to  12  m,  2  to  4  and  7  to  8  p  m,  telephone 
317 

Burckhalter  Chas,  insurance  surveyor,  S  F,  and  astronomer 
in  charge  Chabot  Observatory,  res  962  Chester 

Burdett  Chas,  shoemaker,  res  971  Ninth  ave 

Burdick  Allan  C,  machinist,  res  1555  San  Pablo  ave 

Burdick  Geo  H  Mrs,  res  1105  Jackson 

Burdick  J  C,  res  1059  Clay 

Burdick  J  F  Mrs,  res  668  Fourteenth 

Burdick  Lillie  C  Mrs,  res  908  Pine 

Burdick  May  E  Miss,  music  teacher,  res  w  s  Telegraph  ave 
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BURDICK  S  POWELL,  physician,  1409  Grove, 
office  hours  10  to  12  a  m,  5  to  6  p  m,  Sundays  till  10 
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Burcfcck  Sarah  C  Mrs,  res  1555  San  Pablo  ave 

Burford  John,  laundry  man  Contra  Costa  Laundry 

Burg  C  H,  salesman,  res  934  Myrtle 

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Burgans  Chas  E,  guns  and  sporting  goods,  517  Seventh,  res 

same 
BURGrELIN  LOUIS,    butcher,   1110    Market,    res 

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Burgess  Bert  F,  pressman  Pacific  Press,  res  714  Eighteenth 
Burgess  Frank  G,  res  932  Poplar 
Burgin  E  M  Miss,  teacher  Prescott  School 
Burgoa  Wm,  inmate  Industrial  Home  for  the  Adult    Blind, 

res  same 
Burgstrum  Stephen,  doormaker  California  Door  Co,  res  501 

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Burk  Annie  Miss,  bookkeeper,  res  Lake  Merritt 
Burk  B,  stone  cutter  F  E  Knowlea  &  Co,  res  653  Seventh 
Burk  F  L,  reporter,  res  The  Arlington 
Burk    Henry,  propr    City    of    Oakland,    Lake     Merritt,    E 

Twelfth,  res  same 
Burk  P,  stone  cutter  F  E  Knowles  &  Co.  res  053  Seventh 
Burk  Tom,  hostler  Ninth  Street  Livery  Stable,  res  same 
Burke  Agues  Miss,  res  1612  Telegraph  ave 
Burke  Albert,  res  1818  Atlantic 
Burke  Bernard,  res  2053  Grove 
Burke  Bessie  Miss,  fitter  Wentworth  Boot  and  Shoe  Co,   res 

1612  Telegraph  ave 
Burke  &  Bottomlev  (Wm  Burke  and   Isaac   Bottomlev)    sa- 
loon. 121  Tentfi 
Burke  Charles,  plasterer,  res  1004  Third 
Burke  Geo,  res  270  E  Seventeenth 
Burke  II  Mrs,  rea  1012  Telegraph  ave 
Burke  Hannah  Miss,  domestic,  rea  586  Tenth 
Burke  Hugh  \V.  ticket  agent  B  F,  rea  1261  Center 
Burke  Jackson,  asst  cashier  A  L  Bancroft  A    Co,    8    F,   res 

524  Simpson  ave 
Burke  James  F,  plumber, rea  1832  Grove 
Burke  Kennedy,  tailor  J  Lancaster,  rea  L6634  Gro\ 
Burke  Lena,  dressmaker  Mrs  E  W  Johnson 
Burke  Lizzie  Miss,  domestic,  rea  1 165  Jackson 
Burke  Mamie  Miss,  rea  1612  Telegraph  ai 
Burke  Nellie  F  Mrs,  rea  1020  Chestnut 
Burke  Patrick,  Winthrop  House,  sixth 
Burke  Patrick,  house  mover,  res  Franklin  Hotel 
Burke  Thomas,  gardener  Mrs  A  Chabot,  rea  1832  Grove 
Burke  Thomaa  Jr,  plumber,  rea  1832  Gro1 
Burke  Wm,  laborer  8  P  Co,  rea  B22  Magnolia 
Burkhalter  II  T.  -nan  Phelan  A  Fish,  rea  1  11  1  Tenth 

Burkhard  Rudolph,  clerk  P  .1  I  t'Connell,  rea  915  Grove 


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Burkman  Annie,  domestic,  1227  Chestnut 

Burley  Edward,  traveling  agt,  S  F,  les  1573  Eighth  ave 


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Burnett  Almina  E  Miss,    dressmaker,  res  1106  E    Twenty- 
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Burke  Wm  (Burke  &  Bottomley)  res  358  Seventh 
Burke  Wm,  tinner,  res  1832  Grove 
Burke  Wm  H,  clerk  John  Hanley,  res  469^  Ninth 


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Burnett  Harry,  student,  res  535  Eighteenth 
Eurnett  M  A  Mrs,  widow,  res  584  Twenty-second 
Burnett  Samuel  A,    carpenter    and   joiner,   res  1106    East 
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BURNETTE     EUGENE    T,     manager    Burnette 

Dental.  Co,  1004  Broadway,  res  Hay  wards 
Burnette  John  J  (Hershfield  &   Burnette)  res  1165  Seventh 
Burnham  Chas  F,  sec  Eagle  Oil  Refining  Co,  S  F,  res   1705 

Broadway 
Burnham  John  H,  clerk   Henry  M   Collins,  res   1623   Short 
Burnham  J  R,  res  Tubbs  Hotel 
Burnham  Lee  C,  clerk    Oakland    Home   Insurance    Co,  res 

1017  Madison 
Burnham  O  H,  pres  Burnham-Standeford  Co,  1017  Madison 
Burnham  W  W,  clerk    Burnham-Standeford    Co,  res    1017 

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ham  president,  D  W  Standeford  vice-president,  A  T 
Buswell  secretary,  proprietors  Oakland  Planing  Mills, 
w  s  Washington  bet  First  and  Second 

Burnight  J  M,  carpenter,  res  1362  Twelfth 

Burns  Catherine  Mrs,  res  1781  William 

Burns  Charles,  carpenter,  res  9  Watts 

Burns  Chas  E,  musician,  res  75  Valley 

Burns  D  Mrs,  res  372  Second 

Burns  Edward,  artist,  res  Park   ave   cor  Hollis,  Emeryville 

Burns  Edward  E,  saloon,  Seventh  bet  Broadway  and  Frank- 
lin, res  1501  Seventh 

Burns  Emma  Miss,  dressmaker,  res  728  Linden 


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Burns  Francis,  apprentice   engineer   S  P  Co,  res  1781   Wil- 
liam 

Burns  Frank,  clerk  T  R  Burns,  re-  75  Valley 

Burns  Gatv  A.  clerk.  S  F.  res  Twelfth    nr   Folsom,   Golden 
,te  ' 

Bums  George,    teamster    Alameda    Macadamizing    Co,    res 
Schutzen  Park.  Alameda 

Burns  George  J,  employe  Pacific  Iron  and  Xail  Co.  res   728 
Linden 
r-  O   Burns  Harry  G,  auditor's  dept  Wells.  Fargo  &  Co,  S  F,  res 
752  Sixteenth 

Burns  Henry  R.  porter  Pulman  Car  Co.  res  220  Fifth 

Burns  Howard,  draughtsman  J  C  Mathews  &    Sdn,  res    San 
Pablo  road  nr  Fortieth 

Burns  J  A  Ifiss,  dressmaker,  res  Union  Hotel 

Burns  James  C,  canvasser  H  ft  A  Baker,  res   Golden    Eagle 
Hotel 

Burns  John  McK.  machinist  S  P  Co,  res  1722  Chac 

Burns  Louisa  Mrs,  res  411  Seventh 

^    Burns  Mary  Miss,  dressmaker,  rea  528  Thirteenth 
Burn-  Margaret  Mrs.  widow,  res  174S  Filbert 
HBurn-  Michael,  laborer  S  P  Co.  res  421  B 
Burns  Nellie  Mi--,  nurse  Pabiola  Hospital,  res  same 
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Bum-  Sarah,  domestic.  275  E   Fourteenth 
po^     Burn-  Sarah  Mr-.       -  ~_v  Linden 

hrf     Burns  S       b  A  Mr-,  widow,  d  ■    '".   Alice 

[]     Burns  Thomas,  machinist,  S  1".  i   -  1781  William 

Burns  Thoma  S  1 '  I  *  120  Helen 

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Wrall  Belle  M  11  Sixteenth 

Bur  rail  J<  ssi<    E  '  I  I  Sixteenth 

Burrall  Lucia  M  Miss,  st<  Dographer,  8  1'  1  1  Sixteenth 

j    Burrall  Millie  Ifiss,  :     Sixteenth 

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BUEEALL  WILL  H,  notary  public    and    real  es- 
tate, 1016  Broadway,  res  014  Sixteenth 
Burrell  Albert  W,  real  estate,   476  Eighth,  res  318  Third 
Barrell  E  F,  teacher  High  School,  res  578  Fifteenth 
Burrell    Henry  H,  bridge  contractor,  res   546  Thirty-fifth 
•Burris  Georgie  Miss,  res  1591  Telegraph  ave 
Burritt  Alice,  physician,  room  4,  1055  Washington 

Burroughs  ,  capitalist,  res  1311  San  Pablo  ave 

Burroughs  S  Mrs,  dressmaker,  1507  Broadway,  res  same 
Burrows  M  Miss,  teacher    Prescott    School,  res  1014  Broad- 
way 
Burrows  Mary  Mrs,  ladies'  nurse,  res  209  Fourth 
Burson  Adelia  A  Mrs,  res  846  Seventeenth 
Burt  F  L,  carpenter  S  P  Co,  res  992  Willow 
Burt  James,  res  992  Willow 
Burt  Walter,  blind  maker  California  Door  Co,  res  1781  Goss 

BURTCHAELL  &  CROWLEY  (Geo  T  Burt- 

chaell  and  Daniel   Crowley)  plumbing    and    gasfitting, 
1243  Broadwav,  telephone  481 

BURTCHAELL    GEORGE  T    (Burtchaell    & 

Crowley)  res  2442  Broadway 
Burton  A  H  Mrs,  res  1002  E  Thirtieth 
Burton  Ben  T,  physician,  office  and    res    867  Willow,  office 

hours  10  a  m  to  12  m,  2  p  m  to  4  p  m 
Burton  Carrie  Miss,  res  1002  E  Thirtieth 
Burton   Emanuel,  laborer  California   Pottery  &  Terra  Cotta 

Co,  res  601  Twentv-third  ave 
Burton  H  Mrs,  res  1511  Brush 

Busby  Emma  Miss,  glove  maker,  S  F,  res  1416  Ninth 
Busby  Frederick  H,  glove  mfr,  res  1112  Nineteenth 
Busby  Harry,  res  1416  Ninth 

Busby  Lizzie  Miss,  glove  maker,  S  F,  res  1416  Ninth 
Busby  Mark,  glove  cutter,  S  F,  res  1416  Ninth 
Busby  Mary  Mrs,  widow7,  res  1416  Ninth 
Busby  Mary  Miss,  res  1416  Ninth 
Busby  Minnie  Miss,  res  1416  Ninth 
Busch  John,  car  cleaner  S  P  Co,  res  2167  Union 
Bush  C,  butcher,  971  Third,  res  same 
Bush  D  C,  butcher,  res  712  Filbert 

Bush  Edwin  D,  merchandise  broker,  S  F,  res  966  Madison 
BUSH    EDWARD    T,    California    Market,    1223 

Broadway,  res  624  Seventeenth 
Bush  Ella  M  Miss,  res  814  Myrtle 
Bush  Eva  G  Miss,  res  559  Seventeenth 
Bush  Fred  G,  clerk  Pierce  &  Co,  res  814  Myrtle 


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Bush  Harry  C,  freight  agt  Atlantic  and  Pacific  Railway,  S 

F,  res  1126  Myrtle 
Bush  Henry,  night  watchman  S  P  Co,  res  260  Second 
Bush  Henry,  clerk,  S  F,  res  710  Fourth 
Bush  Josephine  Mrs,  res  814  Myrtle 
Bush  Maud  D  Miss,  res  559  Seventeenth 
Bushell  E  A,  pres  Oakland  Box  and  Barrel  Manufacturing 

Co,  res  1249  Broadway 
BUSHELL  HOUSE,  Mrs  Anna  Knapp  proprietor, 

462  Twelfth 
Busse  Christian  C,  harber,  459  Twelfth,  res  1510  San  Pablo 

ave 
Busselle  John   A,  mill  hand   California  Door  Co,  res  1210 

Peralta 
Buswell  Alice  M   Miss,  student,  res  cor  Sixth  ave  and  E 

Twentieth 
BUSWELL  A  T,  sec    Bnrnham-Standeford   Co,  res 

1425  Adeline 
Buswell  Block,  SE  cor  Fourth  and  Broadway 
Buswell  Clara  A  Miss,  res  Twelfth  nr  Railroad  ave,  Golden 

Gate 
Buswell   Daisy  R  Miss,  student,  res  cor  Sixth  ave   and  E 

Twentieth 
BUSWELL  E  G  &   CO  (E   G  Buswell)   paints,  oils, 
glass,  artists'  materials    and  paper  hangings,    712-716 
Broadwav,  cor  Fourth,  opp  Hall  of  Records,  telephone 
237 
Buswell  E  (r  (E  G  Buswell  &  Co)  res  Buswell  Block 
Buswell   George   R,    res  Twelfth    nr  Railroad   ave,   Golden 

Gate 
Buswell  Gerry,  clerk  E  G  Buswell  &  Co,  res  Buswell  Block 
Buswell  Jennie  M  Mrs,  res  Buswell  Block 
Buswell  John,  clerk  E  G  Buswell  &  Co,  res  Buswell  Block 
Buswell  M  L  Mrs,  res  cor  Sixth  ave  and  E  Twentieth 
Buswell  Morgan,  student,  res  Buswell  Block 
Buswell  Elobbins,  student,  res  Buswell  Block 
Buteau  Helen  A  Mrs,  artist, res  55]  Twentieth 
Buteau  S  A,  physician  and  surgeon,  res  527  Jones 
Buteau  Samuel  II,  -indent,  res  527  Jones 
Butin  Mary  Mr-,  res  L961  ( rrove 
Butler  Abraham    L,  janitor  Mood    Building,  S  F,  res  1461 

Broadway 
Butler  Alice  E  Miss,  bookkeeper  T  C  Emery,  res  253  Eighth 
Butler  Alice  V  Miss, employe  U S  Mint, S  F, res  1  I<>1  Broad- 
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Butler  0  ('  Mr-,  widow,  res  600  Seventeenth 


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Butler  C  D,  banker  S  F,  res  630  Fourteenth 

Butler  Charles  S,  mailman  Palace  Hotel,  S  F,  res  1461 
Broadway 

Butler  Fay  M,  advertising  agt  Tribune  Publishing  Co,  res 
209  Eighth 

Butler  Floyd  E,  messenger  U  S  Mint,  S  F,  res  1461  Broad- 
way 

Butler  Frank  M,  employe  Briggs,  Ferguson  &  Co,  S  F,  res 
1320  Myrtle 

Butler  George,  laborer,  res  SW  cor  Telegraph  ave  and 
Thirty-ninth 

Butler  James,  laborer,  Winthrop  House 

Butler  James,  saloon,  719  Broadway 

Butler  James  H,  sawyer  Pioneer  Planing  Mills,  res  603 
Webster 

Butler  James  M,  res  808  Jefferson 

Butler  John,  janitor  S  F,  res  1461  Broadway 

Butler  John  H,  porter  Pullman  Palace  Car  Co,  res  1551 
Brush 

Butler  Josie  Miss,  res  313  Fourth 

Butler  M  Mrs,  res  533  Eighteenth 

Butler  Marguerite,  domestic,  959  Twelfth 

Butler  Mary,  domestic,  104  E  Fifteenth 

Butler  Matilda  Miss,  domestic,  1218  Oak 

Butler  Nellie  Miss,  res  313  Fourth 

Butler  Patrick,  laborer,  res  920  Kirkham 

Butler  Patrick,  foreman  S  P  Co  mole,  res  n  s  Fortieth  nr 
Adeline 

Butler  Pauline  Miss,  res  313  Fourth 

Butler  P  T,  cooper,  652-654  Broadway,  res  313  Fourth 

Butler  R  E,  repairer  S  P  Co,  res  1613  Magnolia 

Butler  T  W,  carpenter,  res  806  Jefferson 

Butler  Wm  W,  janitor  Flood  Building,  S  F,  res  1461  Broad- 
way 

Butt  Peter,  groceries,  2216  San  Pablo  ave,  res  same 

Butterfield  Carrie  A  Miss,  milliner  Miss  M  Rey  Wilson,  res 
216  Fifth 

BUTTERXCKS    DRESS    PATTERNS, 

Taft  &  Pennoyer  agents,  1163-1165  Broadway 
Butterworth  Abel  A,  carpenter,  res  577  Sycamore 
Butterworth  Emma  R  Mrs,  dressmaker,  res  577  Sycamore 
Buttlar  Charles  J   R,    sec    Judson    Manufacturing    Co,  res 

1468  Twelfth 

BUTTON     FRED    L,    attorney-at-law   969    Broad- 
way, room  34,  res  568  Thirty-fourth 
Button  Orando,  carpenter,  res  670  Second 


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S>  Butson  — ,  carpenter,  res  519  Seventeenth 

:JJ  But  well  Thos  H,  employe  Bon  Ton  Boat  House,  res  same 

^  Buzzo  Benjamin  H,  fireman  S  P  Co,  res  1676  Pacific 

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Byington  Samuel,  bartender,  res  818  Clay 
Byington  Teresa,  proof-reader,  res  1313  West 
Byler  John  E,  clerk  W  &  M  Everson,   res    1618   Webster, 

Alameda 
Byrne  B,  domestic,  1213  Myrtle 
Byrne  Frances  M  Miss,  res  929  Pine 
Bvrne  J  E.  house  mover,  res  825  Adeline 
Byrne  John  J,  raftsman  S  P  Co,  res  824  Kirk  ham 
Byrns  John  E,    laborer    S  P  Co,    res    SE   cor   Willow    and 

Pacific 
Byrns  John  B,    laborer    S  P  Co,   res    SE    cor    Willow    and 

Pacific 
Byrne  Joseph  P,  bookkeeper,  S  F,  res  263  Fourth 
Byrod  Sarah  B  Mrs,  teacher  Clawson  School,  res   1555   San 

Pablo  ave 
Byron  Lillian  Miss,  dressmaker   Mi-s    V    A    Anderson,   res 

504  Thirteenth- 
Byxbee  A  G,  clerk  B  and  B  Dept  S  P  Co,  res  Berkeley 
Byxbee  Edith  Miss,  student,  res  Fruit  Vale  ave 
Byxbee  Ella  F  Miss,  res  L329  Nineteenth  ave 
Byrne  M  J,  res  263  Fourth 
Byrne  William,  painter,  res  638  Valdez 
Byrne-  Thoinas,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  L20  Helen 
Byxbee  Howard,  student,  res  Fruit  Vale  a\ 
Byxl  'in  K.  Lumber  dealer,  S  F,  res  L329  Nineteenth  ave 

Byxbee  feoberl  ( J,  lumber,  42  Market ,  S  F,  res  Fruit  Vale  ave 


Oabanol  Peter,  laborer  Bayle,  La  Coste  A  Co,  rea   ur  Stock 

Yards  Siat [on 
('able  Fairie  M  Miss,  res  461  Twenty-second 
Cable  Emma  E  Miss,  copyist,  res  461   Twenty-second 
Cable  Harry  E,  salesman  Ily  Alexander,    rea    461    Twenty- 

cond 
Cable  Samuel,  blacksmith   Judson    Manufacturing   Co,   rea 

461  Twenty  second 
Cable  Samuel    <•,  salesman    8   Maguire  A    Sons,    rea    461 

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Cabral  Jacinto,  laborer  S  P  Co 

Cabral  Manuel,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  722  Henry 

Caccia  Arnold,  well  borer,  res  1866  West 

Caccia  Wm,  driver  Louis  Lundberg,  res  cor  Twenty-eighth 

and  West 
Cade  W  H,  barkeeper  Ed  H  Campbell,  res  Park  ave 
Cadman  Charles  K,  plumber,  S  F,  res  1180  E  Fourteenth 
Cadman  John  0,  director  Home  Benefit  Insurance  Co,  S  F, 

res  Vernon  Heights 
Cadogan  James  J,  bookkeeper,  S  F,  res  912  Filbert 
Cadogan  John  H,   manager   Redington  &  Co,  S  F,   res   912 

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Cadogan  Kate  Mrs,  res  912  Filbert 
Cadogan  Lawrence  F,  correspondent  First    National   Bank, 

S  F,  res  912  Filbert 
Cadogan  Mary  G  Miss,  res  912  Filbert 
Cadogan  Patrick  A,  bookkeeper,  S  F,  res  912  Filbert 
Cadogan  Wm,  gardener,  res  1414  Eighth  ave 
Cadoza  Joseph,  gardener,  res  580  Thirty-fifth 
Caduz  Antonio,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  Center  nr  R  R  track 
Cadwell  Annie  Mrs,  widow,  nurse,  res  1409  Grove 
Cadwell  Chester  T,  medical  student,  res  1409  Grove 
Cadv  Daniel,  laborer,  res  1313  Campbell 
Cady  W  H,  brakeman  S  P  Co,  res  1729  Seventh 
Csesar  Diani,  laborer  P  C  R  quarry,  res  same 
Cahen  August,  florist,  res  1627  Nineteenth  ave 
Cahill  Anna  L  Miss,  student  art  school,  res  1613  Mvrtle 
Cahill  B  Mrs,  res  663  Ninth 
Cahill  Carrie  A  Miss,  res  663  Ninth 
Cahill  Christopher  J,  paper    hanger   and   painter,   res    772 

Fifth 
Cahill  Dennis,   sawyer  Eagle  Box  &  Manufacturing  Co,   res 

961  Third 
Cahill  Edward  F,  city  editor  Tribune,  res  1368  Tenth 
Cahill  Emmett  E,  collector,  res  753  Market 
Cahill  Grace  Miss,  res  1613  Myrtle 
Cahill  Henry,  paper  hanger  res  753  Market 
Cahill  James  (McGovern  &  Cahill)  res  1613  Myrtle 
Cahill  John  P,  plumber  John  A  C  McDonald,  res  1862  West 
Cahill  M  A  Mrs,  res  753  Market 
Cahill  Pat,  laborer  S  P  Co 
Cahill  Patrick,  foreman  elevator  works,  S   F,  res   Sutter  nr 

Park,  Golden  Gate 
Cahill  Peter,  teamster,  res  Booth 
Cahill  William,  grocer,  118  Hannah,  res  same 


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Cahill  W  H  Mrs,  dry  and   fancy    goods,  1215  Broadway,  res 

1534  Broadway 
Cahill  William  H,  painter  and  paper  hanger,  369  Thirteenth, 

res  1534  Broadway 
Cahill  William  J,  salesman    McGovern   ev:   Cahill,  res   1613 

Myrtle 
('aim  Estelle  Miss,  clerk  A  D  Gordan,  res    1477  San  Pahlo 
Cahn  Fannie  Mrs,  widow,  1477  San  Puhlo  ave 
Calm  Henry,  res  1477  San  Pablo  ave 

Cahton  Harry  F,  clerk  Central  Supply  Co,  res  1371  Tenth  ave 
Caig  David  (John  Thexton  &  Co)  res  1435  Myrtle 
Cain  F  Mrs,  matron  ladies'  hall,  California  College,  res  same 
Cain  Patrick,  dairyman,  res  70S  Twenty-seventh 
(aine  E  Parker,  clerk    Oakland    Home    Insurance    Co,   rea 

1359  Brush 
Caine  James  E,  carpenter    W    T   Veitch    &    Bro,  res  1359 

Brush 
Caire  Arthur    J,  clerk    Justinian    Caire,   S   F,  res    XE    cor 

Eighth  and  Harrison 
Caire  F  F,  clerk  Justinian  Caire,  S   F,  res    XK    cor   Eighth 

and  Harrison 
Caire  Justinian,  hardware,  S  F,    res    XK    cor    Eighth    and 

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Cairns  E  Mrs,  widow,  res  93*2  Fourteenth 
Cairns  Maggie  Miss,  domestic,  res  1020  Oak 
Cairna  Minnie  Miss,  domestic,  res  L020  Oak 
Calahan  C  J  Mrs,  res  510  Ninth 
Calahan  Mary  J  Miss,  rea   L862  William 
Calaway  J  as,  hostler,  res  712  Franklin 
Calberg  Gustave  F.  constable  Brooklyn  Township,  rea  L116 

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Calden  All. um.  rea  768  Twelfth 
Calden  Daniel,  laborer  8  P  Co 
Calden  Guy  Chester,  collector,  rea  768  Twelfth 
Calder  Henry  C,  gardener,  rea  1067  Oak 
Calder  Hugh,  rea  L012  E  Twenty-third 
Calderwood  David  B,  engineer  S  P  Co,  rea  LOU  Wood 

Calderw 1  M  Mrs,  widow,  rea  1(|11  Wood 

Calderwood  S,  sticker  Pacific  Coasl  Planing   Mills,         3    F 
Caldwell  Charlee  B,  hinder,  rea  L145  Nineteenth 
Caldwell  Frank  c.  clerk,  r<  a  2169  Wesl 
I  aid  well  Hannah  T  Mrs,  dressmaker,  53 1  Sixteenth,  rea  same 

Caldwell    Hairy   ('.    apprentice    City      BraSS     Workfl,    re-     531 

Sixteenth 
Caldwell  Howard  W,  brake  man  S  P  Co,  rea  L065  Twelfth  ave 
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Caldwell  John  C,  carpenter,  res  816  Sixteenth 

Caldwell  Layfayette,  teamster  Puget  Sound  Lumber  Co,  res 

531  Sixteenth 
Caldwell  Louis  E,  clerk,  res  2169  West 
Caldwell  William  A,  clerk,  res  2169  West 

CALEDONIAN  INSURANCE  CO,  of  Edin- 

burgh,  H  T  Smith  agent,  960  Broadway 
Calhoun  J   A,  resident  correspondent  S  F  Bulletin  and  Call 

468  Tenth,  res  1659  San  Pablo  ave 
Calhoun  John  M,  insurance  clerk,  res  1659  San  Pablo  ave 
California  Bakery,  Clement  Martin  propr,  1557  Broadway 

CALIFORNIA  BANK  AND  TRUST  CO, 

A  C  Henry  president,   Frank  H    Brooks   cashier,   1006 
Broadway 
CALIFORNIA  COLLEGE,  Rev  S  B  Morse  presi- 
dent,    Bunyan  Spencer    secretary,  between   E    Twenty- 
seventh  and  E  Thirtieth,  Highland  Park 

CALIFORNIA  COTTON  MILLS  CO,  G  W 

Beaver  president,  J  Y  Miller  secretary  and  cashier,  Wil- 
liam Rutherford  superintendent,  Mills  Park  Street  Sta- 
tion East  Oakland,  San  Francisco  office    310  California 

CALIFORNIA  DOOR  CO,  (THE)  Charles  Doe 
president,  F  A  Merguire  secretary,  Albert  L  Smith  man- 
ager, Edward  A  Boell  manufacturing  superintendent 
doors,  sash  and  window  blinds,  460-464  Second,  factory 
Wood  between  Fourteenth  and  Sixteenth 

California  Fire  and  Water  Proof  Paint  Co,  555  Broadway 

California  Hall,  w  s  Clay  s  of  Eleventh 

California  Hosiery  Co,  Thomas  Crellin  prest,  John  Williams 
sec  and  manager,  SE  cor  Jefferson  and  Second 

California  Jute  Mills  Co,  John  Robinson  supt,  Third  ave  bet 
E  Tenth  and  E  Eleventh 

CALIFORNIA  MARKET,  Edward  T  Bush  pro- 
prietor,  1223  Broad wav 

CALIFORNIA  MILITARY  ACADEMY, 

Colonel  W  H  O'Brien  principal,  cor  Telegraph  and 
Prospect    aves 

California  and  Nevada  Railroad,  San  Pablo  ave,  cor 
Thirty-ninth 

CALIFORNIA  NURSERY  CO,  Niles,  Alameda 
county,  George  Carv  agent,  954  Broadway,  (see  adver- 
tisement) 

CALIFORNIA  POTTERY  AND  TERRA 

COTTA  CO,  Serril  Winsor  proprietor,  works 
Twenty-third  avenue,  E  Oakland,  office  1172-1174 
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CALIFORNIA    RESTAURANT,     HaUahan 

Brothers  proprietors,  854  Broadway 
California  Rose  Co,  F  C  Havens  mgr,  Vernon  Heights 
California  Saloon,  John  Kavser  &  Co  proprs,  840  Broadway 
CALIFORNIA  WATCH    CLUB,  T   B    Potter 

manager,  1151  Washington 
Calkin  Evelyn  Mrs,  res  1054  Eighteenth 
Calkin  Everell  F,  res  1737  Myrtle 
Calkins  Becky  Miss,  res  1263  Brush 

Calkins  Maggie  Miss,    milliner  L  H  Briggs,    res   821   Mag- 
nolia 
Callagan  Edward,  carpenter  S  P  Co,  res  138  William 
Callaghan  Becky,  res  317  Sixth 
Callaghan  Henry,  stevedore,  704  Franklin 
Callaghan  Jennie  Miss,  res  317  Sixth 

Callaghan  Jeramiah,  real  estate,  insurance  and  notary  pub- 
lic 505  Seventh,  res  317  Sixth 
Callaghan  John,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  368  Tenth 
Callaghan  John,  employe  Pacific  Iron   and  Xail   Works,  res 

1612  Magnolia 
Callaghan  John,  student,  res  2253  Adeline 
Callaghan  John  W,  carpenter,  873  Milton 
Callaghan  Joseph  L,  solicitor  Anglo-Nevada  Assurance  Cor- 
poration, res  317  Sixth 
Callaghan  Maggie  Miss,  res  831  Peralta 
Callaghan  Mamie  Miss,  res  83]  Peralta 
Callaghan  Martin,  laborer,  res  L612  Magnolia 
Callaghan  Martin  Jr,  res  L612  Magnolia 
Callaghan  Rebecca  Miss,  res  317  Sixth 
Callaghan  Robert,  student,  831  Peralta 
Callaghan  Win,  chief  engineer  Alex  Duncan,  res  831  Peralta 
Callahan  Bridget  L  Mrs,  res  cor  William  and  Wes1 
Callahan  Cornelius,  clerk  Win  Walsh,  res  L319  Center 
Callahan  John,  res  Winthrop  House 
Callahan  John,  bricklayer,  res  cor  William  and  West 
Callahan  Maggie,  domestic,  (.»r>4  Sixteenth 
Callahan  Maria  Miss,  waitress,  res  Railroad  Exchange 
Callahan  Mary  Miss,  res  cor  William  and  West 
Callahan  May  Miss,  domestic,  res  L624  Eighth 
Callahan  Michael,  furnished  rooms,  pea  612-j  E  Twelfth 
Callahan  Thomas,  bricklayer,  res  <-^v  William  and  West 
Callahan  William,  printer,  res  658  Grove 
Callebotta  Agnes  Mrs,  res  865  Twenty-second 
Callebotta  Mamie  Miss,  hair  worker,  res  865 Twenty-second 
Callendar  Jacob,  physician,  8  V,  res  9]  I  Magnolia 


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Callender  Ernest  G,  clerk  Weitman  &  Henry,  res  536  Eigh- 
teenth 

Callender  Henry,  farmer,  res  536  Eighteenth 

Calley  Elias  J,  salesman,  res  488  Edwards 

Calley  Robert  B,   salesman,  res  488  Edwards 

Callon  Kate  Miss,  waitress  Kelsey  House,  res  same 

Callundan  C  F  Mrs,  res  755  Clay 

Callustro  Company,   Mrs  E  P  Eells  pres,  Chas  L  Paige  sec, 
office  and  depot  1304|  Telegraph  ave 

Callustro  Soap  Works,  72Q  First 

Calmes  Harry,  student   C   S  Lane  &  Son,  mail  1209  Broad- 
way 

Calnan  Cornelius,    laborer,    res    Fortieth   bet    Market    and 
Lusk 

CALOTJ  JEAN,  proprietor  Restaurant  Laundry,  1918 
San  Pablo  ave,  res  same 

CALOU  PETER,  proprietor  Oakland  French  Laun- 
dry, 960  Twenty-ninth,  res  same 

Calugre  Louis,  propr   restaurant  1207  Broadway  and  1208 
San  Pablo  ave,  res  1259  Clay 

Calvert  C  C  Mrs,  res  1213  Twelfth  ave 

Calvert  Geo  W,  broommaker  Industrial  Home  for  the  Adult 
Blind,  res  same 

Calvert  Geo  W,  machinist,  res  1213  Twelfth  ave 

Calvert  Louis  W,  clerk  and   extraman  Brooklyn  Engine  Co 
No  4,  res  572  E  Fourteenth 

Calvert  LydiaT  Miss,  res  1213  Twelfth  ave 

Calvert  Mary  H,  res,  474  E  Fourteenth 

Calvert  Mattie  W  Miss,  res  1213  Twelfth 

Calvin  John,  res  2566  Telegraph  ave 

Calvyn  Emma  G  Miss,  variety  store,  1680  Eighth,  res  same 

Calvyn  James  M,  res  1680  Eighth 

Camacho  Manuel,  carpenter  Jones  &  Co 

Camara  Francisco,  laborer,  res  1723  Seventh 

Camblos  Frank,  employe  S  P  Co,  res  376  E  Eleventh 

Cambra  Anacleto,  laborer,  res  1819  Taylor 

Cambra  Manuel,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  759  Campbell 

Camden  Charles,  miner,  res  814  Tenth 

Cameron  Charles,  lather,  res  Oakland  House 

Cameron  D  R,  bookkeeper   M  J  KELLER,  res    Fair 
mont  House 

Cameron  Elizabeth  Mrs,  res  939  Filbert 

Cameron  Emma  S  Mrs,  res  Playter  Block 

Cameron  Frances  R  Miss,  res  666  Twentieth 

Cameron  Hugh  M  (Cameron  &  McDonald)  res  663  E  Eigh 
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Cameron  Margaret  J  Miss,  res  1207  Market 
Cameron  Nancy  N  Mrs,  widow,  res  1207  Market 
Cameron  Peter   A  (Cameron  &   McDonald)    res  728  Eigh- 
teenth 
Cameron  Sarah  Mrs,  res  666  Twentieth 
Cameron  Truman,  carpenter,  res  1719  Chestnut 
amilloni  G  (Camilloni  &  Lagoria)  res  S  F 
•j^  ^   Camilloni  &  Lagoria   (G   Camilloni  &  L  Lagoria)  fish,  City 
J-  O  Market 

Camotsi  Joseph,  machinist,  res  1366  Fifteenth 
Camozzi  Carl,  ironer  Contra  Costa  Laundry,  res  same 
Camp  David,  fruit  peddler,  res  313  E  Twenty-third 
Camp  James   M,  carriage  trimmer   Frederick   &   Arth,  res 

1175  E  Nineteenth 
Camp  Louis,  gents'  furnishings,  res  1315  Tenth 
Camp  Max  shirt  mfr,  477  Seventh,  res  1313  Tenth 
Campana  D,  tinsmith,  res  1S64  Atlantic 
ICampani  David,  laborer,  res  1260  Center 

^    Campbell  ,  ci^ar  maker,  res  ">14  Fourth 
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21  and  23  City  Market,  res  1676  Webster 
Campbell   Alexander  J,  foreman    Dalziel   &    Moller,  res  815 

Twentieth 
Campbell  Alvin  L,  sash  maker  California  Door  Co,  res  8  V 
Campbell   Anna   Mrs,  saleslady  Bay   State  Bakery,  res   318 

Thirteenth 
Campbell  Bert,  cook  Smith  &  Co,  res  857  Washington 
Campbell  C  Mrs,  dressmaker,  res  La  Clede  II<> 
Campbell  Charles,  laborer  Job n  Meyer,  res   Bollis  nr  Rail- 
road, Emeryville 
mpbell  Colin,'  atty-at-law,  8  F.  res  180  Orcbard 
Campbell  C  Ward  Jr,  Btudent,  res  1  1  Valley 
Campbell  Donald  Y,  atty-at-law,  S  F,  rea  180  Orchard 
Campbell  E  Mrs,  rea  60  i  Fourteenth 
Campbell  Edward,  laborer,  rea  841  Thirtieth 
Campbell   Edward,  mill  hand  California   Door  Co,  re-  1S<>1  ."i^.cft 

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Campbell   Edward,  carriage   blacksmith  C    E    Efampel,  rea 

1  II  I  Broadway 
Campbell  Edward,  laborer,  rea   171  Tweuty-sixth 
CAMPBELL  ED  H,  "  Dirigo,"    NE  cor    Eleventh 

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Campbell     Edward    M,    janitor    Duranf    School,    rea    716 

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Campbell  Edward  W,  sash   maker  California   Door   Co,  res 

1864  Division 
Campbell  Frank  E,  sash  maker  California  Door  Co,  res  S  F 
Campbell  Fred,  painter  J  W  Lindsey  &  Co 
Campbell    Fred  A,  agt  Oakland   Home  Insurance   Co,    res 

1607  Broadway 
Campbell  Fred  M,  res  1262  Webster 
Campbell  George  A,  student,  res  1120  Twelfth 
Campbell    Gordon,    broommaker  Industrial  Home  for  the 

Adult  Blind,  res  same 
Campbell  Grace  Miss,  teacher,  res  1262  Webster 
Campbell -Harry  H,  clerk  State  Mining  Bureau,  S  F,  res  11 

Valley 
Campbell  Helen  M,  res  1052  Twenty-fifth  aye 
Campbell  I  Mrs,  dressmaker,  res  921  Fifth 
Campbell    James,    laborer    Oakland   Gas    Light  and    Heat 

Co,  res  471  Fourth 
Campbell  John,  laborer,  res  467  Twenty-sixth 
Campbell  John   Alexander,  salesman   Tubbs  &  Co,  S  F,  res 

1762  Ninth  ave 
Campbell  John  C,  rancher,  res  1120  Twelfth 
Cambell  John  F,  ranch  owner,  res  1120  Twelfth 
Cameron  Jeanette  Mrs,  groceries,  res  876  Twenty-first 
Campbell  Jessie  Miss,  res  480  Orchard 
Campbell  Jessie  Miss,  res  1052  Twenty-fifth  ave 
Campbell    Lou    Miss,    compositor    Pacific     Press,    ras    708 

Eleventh 
Campbell  Lyman  C,  painter,  res  1662  Eighth 
Campbell  Lydia  H   Mrs.,  teacher  Lincoln    School,  res  The 

Arlington 
Campbell  Mabel  E  Miss,  student,  res  1120  Twelfth 
Campbell  Margaret  Miss,  res  1052  Twenty-fifth  ave 
Campbell  Marston,  civil  engineer,  res  1262  Webster 
Campbell  Mary  C  Miss,  res  11  Valley 
Campbell  Martha  Mrs,  widow,  res  1718  Filbert 
Campbell  Mary  M    Miss,    teacher  Grove  Street  School,   res 

1262  Webster 
Campbell  Mary  S  Mrs,  res  1519  Fifth 
Campbell  Minnie  G  Miss,  student,  res  1120  Twelfth 
Campbell  Milton  A,  California  Door  Co,  res  304  Tenth 
Campbell  Neil,  teamster  E   Oakland    Brick    Yard,  res 

Linden 
Campbell  Norman  E,  carpenter,  res  732  Linden 
Campbell  Roger,  laborer,  res  841  Thirtieth 
Campbell  W  Mrs,  res  318  Thirteenth 
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Camp  Louis,  bookkeeper  and  manager  Camp  &  Co,  res  1315 

Tenth 
Camp  Max  (Camp  &  Co)  res  1313  Tenth 
Campbell  Ward  E,  paper  hanger  Armstrong   &    Merchant, 

res  11  Valley 
Campbell  Wm  H,  clerk  State  Mining  Bureau,  res  11  Valley 
Campbell  Xeil,  res  1052  Twenty-fifth  ave 
Campe  John,  grocer,  S  F,  res  1310  Market 
Campi  Natalie,  porter  Petar  A:  Drasco,  res  313  Sixth 
Camron  Amy  Miss,  res  5:54  Twenty-eighth 
imron  Block,  s  side  Fourteenth  bet  Broadway  and  Wash- 
ington 
CAMRON  WM  W,  real   estate,  405  Ninth,  res  534 

Twenty-eighth 
Canal  Louise  Miss,  waitress  Kelsey  House,  res  same 
Canaria  Henry  S,  gardener,  res  165  E  Twentieth 
( Sanavan  Edward  T,  sash  maker  California  Door  Co,  res  1414 

Peralta 
indid  I  Mrs.  clothing,  boots  and  shoes,   1501    Seventh. 

same 
Cane  Alfred,,  dentist.  S  F,  res  Butler  ave.  Golden  Gate 
infield  Ilenrv  C,    carpenter    Pacific    Coast    Pianino:  Mills. 

res  14:;:;  Filbert 
Canfield  James,  fanner,  res  1068  Thirty-second 
Oanfield  John,  gardener,  res  1068  Thirty-second 
Canfield  Robert,  farmer,  res  1068  Thirty-second 
Canna  Charles,  barber,  res  1932  Myrtle 
nnan  John  J,  fireman,  res  661  Seventh 
iiinan  Thomas,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  shell  Mound  Station 
Canning  Block,  W  -1  Yore  agent,  1115  Broadway 
Canning  George,  Laborer,  res  1354  sixteenth 
Canning  .lame-,  pes  954   sixteenth 
Canning  Walter,  laborer,  rea  1354  Sixteenth 
Cannon  Charles  A.  student,  res  1919  Filbert 
•    union  ( llaudia  1  M  tss,  res  1919  Filbert 
tnnon  Eron,  photographer,  S  F,  rea   -  Bide  Forty-fif  h  iir 

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Filbert 
Cannon  Emma  Miss,  music  teacher,  rea  L923  Filbert 
Cannon  Fred  C,  clerk,  rea  1919  Filberl 

tinon  Jennie  Miss,  dressmaker,  rea  B64  Washington 
Cannon  L  Hortense  Miss,  student   Hij      :    nool,   res    1919 

Filbert 
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anon  Thomas,  plumber,  170  Twelfth,  rea  810  Market 

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Canopa  Augustine,  laborer,  res  1509  Seventh 

Canopa  Florence  Miss,  tailoress,  res  1509  Seventh 

Canopa  Rose  Miss,  tailoress.  res  1509  Seventh 

Caritin  Augustus  S,  bookkeeper    A   W  Pattiani  &  Co,   res 

409i  Twelfth 
Cantino  Carlo,  laborer  Oakland  Paving  Co's  quarry 
Cantino    Sicundo.    laborer    Alameda    Macadamizing    Co's 

quarry,  res  same 
Cantua  Joseph,  horse  dealer,  res  915  Twenty-first 
Cantua  Julian,  student,  res  915  Twenty-first 
Cantua  Theresa  Miss,  res  915  Twenty-first 
Canty  John  C,  merchant  tailor,  Vallejo,  res  1003  Webster 
Canty  John  M,  driver  Fashion  Stable,  res  1003  Webster 
Canty  Lottie  Miss,  clerk  KAHN  BROS,  res  724  Lin- 
den 
Canty  Mary  Miss,  res    1003  Webster 
Canty  Patrick  J,  blacksmith  helper,  res  724  Linden 
Canty  Wm  S,  night   watchman  S  P  Co,  res  1877   William 
Capdevielle  P,  laundry  man,  res  1411  Fifteenth 
Cape  Ann  Bakery,  Hugh  Hamilton  propr,  NW  cor  Eleventh 

and  Clay 
Capell   Hattie   E   Miss,   student    State   Normal   School,   res 

1171  Eighth  ave 
Capell  Howell  P,  bookkeeper  S  F,  res  1171  Eighth  ave 
CAPELL  JAMES  R,   (Benedict,   Capell   &  Co)  res 

1171  Eighth  ave 
Capell  Mattie  A  Miss,  music   teacher,    res    1171  Eighth  ave 
Capion  Lawrence  C,  laborer,  res  151  Hannah 
CAPITAL  HOUSE,  George  T  La  Fleche  proprietor 

foot  of  Broad  wav 
CAPITOL     HOTEL,    Henry  Ruedy  proprietor,  SW 

cor  Eleventh  and  Franklin 

Carberry  Mrs,  packer  R  Franke  &  Co 

Carberry  John  P,  carriage   washer,   res   517   Twenty-second 
Carbon    Paint    Co,    James    Stratton    pres,  E  L  Collins  sec, 

works  foot  of  Division,  office  411  California.  S  F 
Card  Albert  E  F,  clerk  H  N  Gard  &  Co,   res  1215  Adeline 
Card  Clark  B,  clerk  S  F,  res  1215  Adeline 
Cardoza  An  tone,  laborer  S  P  Co 
Cardozo  Manuel,  res  915  E  Fourteenth 
Cardozo  Joseph  S,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  1706  William 
Cardozo    A     F,    barber,    929    E    Fourteenth,    res    930    E 

Fourteenth 
Cardozo  A  V  Mrs,  dressmaker,  res  58    Thirty-fifth 
Care  Emma  H  Mrs,  widow,  res  270  Seventh 
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Carey  Bridget  Miss,  cook,  res  1077  Eighth 

Carey  Bridget  Mrs,  res  1684  Lincoln 

Carey  Bridget  Miss,  domestic,  res  552  Albion 

Carey  Frank,  paper   hanger   McGovern   <fc   Cahill,  res  1360 

Thirteenth  ave 
Carey    John,    carpet    layer    McGovern  &  Cahill,    res    1360 

Thirteenth  ave 
Carey  Martin,  res  Winthrop  House 
Carey  Neil,  blacksmith,  res  481  Plymouth  ave 
Carey  Thomas,  bricklayer,  res  481  Plymouth  ave 
Carey  Wm,  clerk  McGovern  &   Cahill,  res  1360  Thirteenth 

ave 
Cario  F,  laborer   Alameda  Macadamizing   CVs   quarry,  res 

same 
Carius  Frederick  F,  foreman  Grayson,  Owen  &  Co,  res  Hal- 
let  ave,  Stock  Yards 
Oarkner  Wm  H,  salesman,  res  616  Fifteenth 
Carlander  Rev  S  L,  pastor  Sweedish    Methodist    Episcopal 

Church,  res  1425  Tenth 
Carlen  Harry,  clerk,  res  780  Eighteenth 
Oarlen  Henrietta  Miss,  res  780  Eighteenth 
Carlen  John  W,  bookkeeper,  S  F,  res  780  Eighteenth 
('arlcii  Robert,  carpenter,  res  780  Eighteenth 
Carles  John,  employe  Jute  Mill,  res  1860  Short 
Oarleton  Alonzo  B,  shoemaker,  S  F,  res  1696  Telegraph  ave 

(upstairs) 
Oarleton  Geo   H,  supt   fire  alarm   and   police  telegraph,  res 

217  Tenth 
Oarleton  Barry  P,  dentist,  S  F.  rea  L395  Harrison 
CARLETON   &  CUMMINS,  Oakland  Wood  and 

Coal  Co  (John  A  Oarleton  and   Randolph    Cummins) 

L302  Broadway 
CARLETON  "JOHN  A  (Oakland  Wood,  Coal,  Bay 

and  Grain  Co)  L302  Broadway,  res  L353  Telegraph  ave 
Carlin  A  Aug,  solicitor  Wheeler  A  Wilson  Manufacturing  Co 
Carlin  Bernard,  broom  maker  Industrial  Home  of  the  Adult 

Blind,  res  same 
rlin  Ellen  Mrs,  ironer  Contra  Costa  Laundry 

i  Geo  B,  broom  maker  [n  dust  rial  Borne  for  the  Adult 

Blind,  res  same 
Carliu  Robert,  carpenter  G  A  Kirk,  rea  780  Eighteenth 
Carlisle  Herbert  L,  printer  Pacific   Press,  rea    L36J    Peralta 
Carlisle  May  A,  compositor  Pacific    Press,  res    L36J    Peralta 

I  isle  M  inerva,  widow,  rea  1 361  Peralta 
Carlow  C,  laborer  Alameda    Macadamizing  Co'a  quarry,  rea 

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Carlo  Tsola,  laborer  PCR  quarry,  res  same 
Carlo  Venncci,  laborer  P  C  R  quarry,  res  same 
Carlon  James,  asst  dept  mechanic   Oakland   Board   of  Edu- 
cation, res  364  Eighth 
Carlon  Patrick,  employe  S  P  Co,  res  811  Chester 
Carlsen  Andrew,  saloon,  415  Seventh,  res  same 
Carlsen  E  Mrs,  res  Peralta  ave 
Carlsen  Frederick  F,  carriage    painter    L    P    Schuster,  res 

Peralta  ave,  Fruit  Vale 
Carlsen  Richard,  carriage  painter  L  P  Schuster,  res  Peralta 

ave,  Fruit  Vale 
Carlson  A,  carpenter,  res  1569  Fifth 

Carlson  Albert,  coachman  S  M  Babbitt,  120  E  Fourteenth 
Carlson  Annie  M,  domestic,  1160  Eighth 
Carlson  Bessie,  domestic,  949  Myrtle 

Carlson  Carrie  M  Mrs,  designer  in  embroidery,  1155  Wash- 
ington, res  same 
Carlson  Charles,  laborer,  res  w  s  Claremont  ave  nr  Miranda 
Carlson    Conrad,    teamster     Barstovv    &    Babbitt,    res    664 

Twenty-fifth 
Carlson  Emma  W  Miss,  domestic,  res  1311  Harrison 
Carlson  Frederika,  domestic,  378  E  Seventeenth 
Carlson  Hedwig  Miss,  domestic  G  T   Hawley,  res   Prospect 

Heights 
Carlson  Hugh,  painter  Farwell  &  Russell,  ;es  S  F 
Carlson  Ida  Miss,  designer  in  embroidery,  1155  Washington, 

res  same 
Carlson  Olof,  tailor,  res  1118  Campbell 
Carlson  Oscar  R,  painter  S  P  Co,  res  1651  Linden 
Carlson  Peter  A,  gardener  E  M  Derby,  Fruit  Vale,  res  1322 

E  Eleventh 
Carlson  Thomas,  res  1155  Washington 
Carlsten  Andrew,  carpenter,  res  578  Fifteenth 
(Jarlton  A,  carpenter,  res  1569  Fifth 
Carlton  Charles,  hackman,  res  673  Seventh 
Carlton  Gertrude  H  Miss,  res  716  Nineteenth 
Carlton  Henry  P,  clerk  Chronicle  office,  S  F,   res  716    Nine- 
teenth 
Carlton  Philip  S,  clerk  Pacific  Rolling  Mills,   S   F,   res    716 

Nineteenth 
Carman  A    Sherman,  lumber,    Port    Costa,    Cal,    res    947 

Linden 
Carman  F  V,  foreman  carpenter  S  P  Co,  res  948  Pine 
Carman  Mary  Mrs,  res  1555  Third 

Car  many  Cyrus  W,  cashier  Savings  and  Loan   Society,  res 
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HI  Carmen  Island  Salt,  office  foot  of  Webster 

Z  Carmien  C  W,  res  524  Sixteenth 

Carmichael  Catherine  Mrs,   grocer,  1415  San  Pablo  ave,  res 

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Carmichael  Wichelmina  Miss,  res  1415  San  Pablo  ave 
Carmine  Gatto,  barber  C  C  Busse 

Oarneal  ThomasD,  pres  Downey  B  I  P  Factory,  res  720  Four- 
teenth 
Carney  John,  res  Winthrop  House 
Carney  Joseph  S,  house  painter,  res  Franklin  Hotel 
Caro  C  G,  painter,  plasterer   and  decorator,  527  Eighth,   res 

same 
Carolan  Annie,  domestic,  1051  Poplar 

Carothers  John  T,  baggage  master  S  P  Co,  res  1622  Eighth 
Carpenter  Alice  Miss,  laundress  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Carpenter  Alice  M  Miss,  res  864  Isabella 
Carpenter  Alonzo,  carpenter  \Y  H  Weilbye 
Carpenter  Annie  L  Miss,  res  864  Isabella 
Carpenter  Chas,  compositor  Morning  Times,  and   extraman 

H  and  L  Xo  1,  0  F  D,  res  308  Fifth 
Carpenter  Cephas  J,  carpenter,  res  10S0  E  Twenty-second 
I  Carpenter  D  A,  res  Galindo  Hotel 
Carpenter  Dver  A,  bookkeeper  Union  Metalic  Cartridge  Co, 

s  F,  res  1014  Twenty-first 
Carpenter  I)<-\ter  S,  cashier,  S  F,  res  (.»11  Adeline 
trpenter  Edmund  P,  propr  Lake  Merritt  Boat  House,  Lake 
Merritt,  E  Twelfth,  re-  same 
Carpenter  E  \\\  brass  finisher,  res  864  Isabella 

rpenter  Florence  Mi--.  Laundress  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
rpenter  Florence  Miss,  re-  864   Isabella 
rpenter  Fred  H, carriage    trimmer,    111    Thirteenth,   res 
1 1  if.  Washington 
Carpenter  11  E  (W  II  Carpenter  &  Sons)  res  S  V 
i    trpenter  Hugh,  lineman  Sunset  Telephone  ami  Telegraph 
Fifth 
arpenter  John    K,  contractor,    N\V    cor   Thirteenth    and 
Franklin,  res  L62  Fifth 
rpenter  Lewis,  broom  mfr,  res  465  Twenty-first 
Carpenter  Milton  \V.  res  165  Twenty-first 
CARPENTER  OLIVER,    Dentist,    L169   Broad- 

way,  room  •"•.  rea  <  l  1  Fourteent h 
( larpenter  Thoa  I  W  II  Carpenter  &  Sons)  rea  S  F 
Carpenter  W  1 1  A  Sona  (W  Ik  II  E  and  T)  yeterinery   Bur- 

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Carpenter  W  II  (W  II  CarpenterA  Sons)  rea  S  F 


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Carr  B  J,  watchman  and  stationary    engineer    S  P  Co,    res 

1005  Seventh 
Carr  Colin  M,  carpenter,  res  811   Twenty-second 
Carr  Emma,  domestic,  1262  Market 
Carr  George,    carpenter    Oakland    Planing    Mills,    res    s    s 

Crawford  nr  San  Pablo  ave,  Golden  Gate 
Carr  John  M,  dairyman,  res  Prescott  nr  Liese  ave 
Carr  Joseph,  driver  Peoples'  Express,  res  Wilcox  Block 
Carr  Lawrence,  res  226  Ninth 

Carr  Levi,  carpenter,  S  F,  res   MeKee   nr   Adeline  Station 
Carr  Levi  P,  atty-at-law,  906  Broadway,  res  624  Eighteenth 
Carr  Mary  Miss,  res  226  Ninth 
Carr  Sheridan  L,  res  McKee  nr  Adeline  Station 
Carr  T  M,  bookkeeper  H  H  Seaton,  res  Alta  House 
Carr  Wm  L,  bricklayer,  res  1020  Twenty-fourth 
Carrieu  Joseph,  blacksmith  S  Williams,  res  cor   Sixth   and 

Market 
Carrel  George   F,  mill   hand   California  Door    Co,  res  1684 

William 
Carrere  Peter,  laundryman  French   Laundry,  res  1515  San 

Pablo  ave 
Carresso  P,  second-hand  store  tad  saloon,  e  s  Claremont  ave 

nr  Summer,  res  same 
Carrick  David  S,  capitalist,-  res  602  E  Fifteenth 
Carrick  Fred,  salesman,  S  F,  res  524  Simpson  ave 
Carrick  Katie  M  Miss,  rss  602  E  Fifteenth 
Carrington  Carroll,  res  1409  Seventeenth 
Carrington  John  B,  traveling  salesman,  S   F,  res  1409  Sev- 
enteenth 
Carrol  John,  nurs^,  res  1735  Adeline 
Carroll  A  J  Miss,  seamstress,  res  1729  Myrtle 
Carroll  Charles  C,  painter  S  P  Co,  res  La  Clede  House 
Carroll  Florence  Miss,  res  857  Twentieth 
Carroll  Frank  T,  res  1002  Chester  \ 

Carroll  Geo,  carpenter  W  T  Veitch,  res  857  Twentieth 
Carroll  Geo  S,  plumber,  res  857  Twentieth 
Carroll  Hattie  Miss,  dressmaker,  res  1362  Brush 
Carroll  John,  laborer,  res  1735  Adeline 
Carroll  Julia  Miss,  res  802  Franklin 
Carroll  James  H,  peddler,  res  1862^  Seventh  (rear) 
Carroll  John  M,  stenographer  Wm  J  Dingee,  res  1317  Tenth 
Carroll  Kate,  res  359  B 

Carroll  M,  stone  cutter  F  E  Knowles  &  Co,  res  S  F 
Carroll  Margaret  Mrs,  groceries,  359  B,  res  same 
Carroll  Margaret  W  Mrs,  res  564  Thirty-ninth 
Carroll  Martin,  capitalist,  res  2452  Grove 


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Carroll  Mary,  domestic,  951  Myrtle 

Carroll  Michael,  foreman  V  L  Fortin,  res  802  Franklin 

Carroll    Michael  J,  machinist,  res  Golden  Gate 

Carroll  Oliver,  employe  Planing  Mill, Sixth, res  1112  Eleventh 

ave 
Carroll  Patrick,  laborer,  res  1024  Fifth 
Carroll  Patrick  W,  laborer,  res  2022  Adeline 
Carroll  Paul  T,  clerk  C  Isaacs,  res  2022  Adeline 
Carroll    Peter    J,    laborer    Judson    Manufacturing    Co,    res 

Golden  Gate 
CARROLL    ROBERT,    foreman     Dexter    Stables, 

NE  cor  Twelfth  and  Harrison,  res  cor  E  Twentieth  and 

Fourth  ave 
Carroll  Robert  N,  engineer  San  Lorenzo,  res  513  E  Twelfth 
Carroll  Thomas,  res  1729  Myrtle 
Carroll    Thomas,   tinner   Sam   Taylor,  res    Grand    Western 

Hotel 
Carroll  Thomas  D,  athletic  instructor,  res  cor  Fruit  Vale  ave 

and  E  Twenty-seventh 
Carroll  Wesley  Mrs,  res  cor  Fruit  Vale  ave  and    E  Twenty- 
seventh 
Carroll  William  F,  salloon,  e  s  Telegraph  ave  nr  Columbus 

ave   res  same 
CARRUTH  &  CARRUTH  (George  R  and  Chaa 

W)  book  and  job  printers,  520  Fifteenth 
Carruth  Charles  W  (Carruth  &  Carruth)  res  1914  Thirteenth 

ave 
Carruth  Geo  R  (Carruth  &  Carruth)  res  1807  West 
Car  rushers  Mary  Mrs,  widow,  res  1156  Union 
Carson  Charles,  boiler  maker  S  P  Co,  res  1824  William 
Carson  Prank,  plasterer,  res  617  Fifteenth 
Carson  L  \\\  employe  S  P  Co,  S  F,  res  630  Sixteenth 
Carson  Theodore,  laborer,  res  329  Fifth 
Carson  Win,  fireman  steamer  Oakland,  res  329  Fifth 
Carter  Albert,  employee  Pacific  [ron  and  Nail  Co,  res  751 

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Carter  Annette  Mi  —  ,  re-  751   Castro 

Cartee    Prank,   employee  Pacific  Iron  and  Nail  (\>.  res  751 

Castro 
Cartee  Lewi-,  teamster  R  N  Getchell,  res  751  Castro 
Cartee  May  Mi  —  ,  employee  California  Hosiery  Mills,  res  751 

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t lartee  W  H,  carpenter,  res  761  Castro 
( larter  Annie  Mrs,  res  936  Pine 
Carter  Albert  A,  collector,  1 L56  Broadway,  res  same 


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Carter  Alfred  T,  bakery  and  varieties,  1313  Telegraph  ave, 

res  same 
Carter  Benjamin,  marble  carver,  res  1423  Linden 
Carter  B  Mrs,  widow,  res  1423  Linden 
Carter  C  Mrs,  res  807  Castro 
Carter  Geo,  engineer  Burnham-Standeford    Co,    res     1509 

Fifth 
Carter  George  A,  mining  engineer,  res  569  Fifteenth 
Carter  George  B,  res  540  Charter 

Carter  George  D,  janitor  Tompkins  School,  res  733  Linden 
Carter  Hiel  K,  merchant,  S  F,  res  Henry  House 
Carter  Horace  V,  salesman  Lesser  Bros,  res  1313  Telegraph 

ave 
Carter  James,  sash  maker  California  Door  Co,  res  935  Pine 
Carter  John  T,  car  driver  Fourteenth   Street  Railway  Co, 

res  1408  Sixteenth 
Carter  Jessie  Miss,  res  1219  Broadway 
Carter  J  W,  piano  mover,  res  668  Fifth 
Carter  L  Mrs,  res  1213  Twelfth  ave 
Carter  Leroy  T,  clerk,  S  F,  res  Henry  House 
Carter  Luna  Miss,  Decota  School,  res  733  Linden 
Carter  Maggie  Miss,  res  1423  Linden 

Carter  May,  employe  California  Hosiery  Co,  res  751  Castro 
Carter  Nicholas,  door   maker   California  Door  Co,   res  935 

Pine 
Carter  Naretta  A  Miss,  teacher  Tompkins  School,  res  733 

Linden 
Carter  Roscoe  L  Mrs,  res  671  Twenty-fifth 
Carter  Samuel,  bricklayer,  res  1423  Linden 
Carter  S  M  Mrs,  res  733  Linden 
Carter  T  A  Miss,  dressmaker,  res  733  Linden 
Carter  Walter,  bricklayer,  res  1423  Linden 
Carter  Walter  R,  salesman  W  H  Nolan  &  Co,  res  1313  Tele- 
graph ave 
Carter  Wm,  marble  carver,  res  1423  Linden 
Carter  William,  porter,  res  807  Castro 
Carteron  Edward,  jeweler  W  G  Ellis,  res  620  Fifth 
C  ARTIER  FRANK,  livery  stable  and  express,  613 

Broadway,  res  609  Broadway 
Cartwright  Alfred  D,  res  771  Fourteenth 
Carvell  Theodore  F,  res  1279  Fifth 
Carver  Louis  M,  upholsterer,  res  214  Eighth 
Carver  Louisa  M  Mrs,  dressmaker,  res  214  Eighth 
Gary  Arvilla  Mrs,  widow,  res  916  Eighth 
Cary  Benjamin  F,  carriage  painter,  res  1863  Seventh 


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'  res  860  Milton 
Cary  Frank  M,  bartender.  B58  Harrison 
Cary  (;.  agt  California  Nursery  Co,  954  Broadway,  room    12 
Cary  George  B,  grainer,  res  166  Sixtli 
Cary  Hannah  Mrs,  widow,  res,  875  Washington 
Cary  J,  employe  S  P  Co,  res  127o  San  Pablo  ave 
Cary  J  M,  physician  and  surgeon,  res  767  Fourteenth 
Cary  Thomas,  teamster,  res  2025  West 
Casauring  Frank,  dairyman,  res  Vernon  ave 
Casavant  Alphonse,  carpenter,  res  365  Second 
Casazza  John,  laborer,  res   n   s  Linden    bet    Broadway  and 

Telegraph  ave 
Casazza  Nick,   laborer,   res  n  s  Forty-second  bet   Telegraph 

ave  and  Grove 
Casazza  Vincenzo,  bootblack,  SW  cor  Ninth  and  Broadway, 

res  cor  Brush  and  Fourth 
Case  Alfred  J,  printer  Tribune,  res  364  Second 
Case  Alfred  S  F,  solicitor,  res  364  Second 
Case  Clara  Mrs,  matron  Home  for  Aged  Women,  res  same 
Case  Franklin  W,  engineer  wiper  S  P  Co,  res  327  Eleventh 
Case  [sham,  ticket  clerk  Alameda  Mole,  res  327  Eleventh 
Case  James  R,  brakeman  S  P  Co,  res  327  Eleventh 
Case  J  C,  gardener,  res  1206  Fourteenth 
Casey  John  J,  plumber,  771  E  Twelfth,  res  827  Wood 
Case  Lillie  Miss,  stenograper  and    typewriter,  res  1641  San 

Pablo  ave 
Case  Rosa  Mrs,  res  L206  Fourteenth 
Case  Sarah  L  Miss,  res  327  Eleventh 
Caselli  Augustino, groceries,  229  Fifth,  res  same 
Casey  Annie  Mrs,  res  2306  San  Pablo  ave 

ey  Harry,  carriage    painter   Oakland   Carriage   Co,    res 

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Casey  [reue  Miss,  dressmaker,  pes  826  Jefferson 

jey  Jeremiah,  harness  maker,  S  F,  res  844  Madison 
Casey  John,  horseshoer  Michael  Casey,  res  L808  Grove 
1  lase  John  A.  carpenter,  res  720  Third 
Casey  Joseph  A,  clerk,  S  F.  pea   East  Oakland  Hotel 
CASEY  MICHAEL,   borae  aboer   and  farrier. -lis 

Seventh,  pea  l  s,,s  ( Irbve 
Casey  Michael,  laborer,  pea  990  Thirty-sixth 
Case}  Patrick,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  shell  Mound  station 
■  v  Patrick,  waiter  Maison  Doree  Restaurant,  pea   Areata 
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<  lagej   Rose  L  Miss,  r<     314  Thirteenth 

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Casey  Theresa  Miss,  student,  res  990  Thirty-sixth 
gf  $  Casey  Thomas,  harness  maker,  res  1115  Third 
3  §   Cashin  Catharine  Mrs,  widow,  res  1327  Campbell 
§j  q   Cashin  Josie  Miss,  clerk  KAHN  BROS,  res  418  B 
Cashin  W  G,  special  police  officer,  res  418  B 
Cashin's  Hall,  420  B 
Cashmore  Samuel  B,  employe  Pacific  Iron  and  Nail  Co,  res 

1093  Third 
Caslilli  G,  laborer  Alameda  Macadamizing   Co's  quarry,  res 

same 
Cason  Charles,  lather,  res  s  s  Sumner  nr  Adeline 
Casovia  P,  propr  Post  Office  Restaurant,  res  1790  Seventh 
Casovia  T,  night  cook  Post  Office   Restaurant,  res  1790  Sev- 
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Cassell  Frank,  carpenter,  res  Golden  Gate 

Casserly  Peter,  laborer,  res  276  Fifth 

Cassidy  Ellen  Mrs,  saloon  Golden  Gate,  res  same 

Cassidy  Frank,  laborer,  res  1710  Atlantic 

Cassidy  William  J,  route  agt  Alta  and  Post,  res  223  Tenth 

Cassin  John,  Bay  View  Saloon,  SE  cor  First  and  Telegraph 
aves,  res  same 

Castellanos  Salvador,  watchmaker,  1263  San  Pablo  ave,   res 
1379  Broadway 

Castro  Aggie  C  Miss,  dressmaker,  res  551  Thirty-ninth 

Castro  Beatrice,  dressmaker,  res  634  Chestnut 

Castro  Bonita  N  Miss,  dressmaker,  res  551  Thirty-ninth 

Castro  Christina   Miss,    hairdresser   Miss    Martin,  res    551 
Thirty-ninth 

Castro  Daniel,  clerk    Geo    Davis    Broadway,  res  551  Thirty- 
ninth 

Castro  Frank,  res  1846  Grove 

Castro  Joseph  R,  farmer,  res  551  Thirty-ninth 

Castro  Maggie  Miss,    eandy    maker    S    E  Brookes,  res   551 
Thirty-ninth 

Caswell  Chas  A,  carpenter  J  S  White,  res  768  Lydia 

Caswell  Chas  F,  res  1833  Linden 

Caswell  Mabel  Miss,  res  768  Lydia 

Cate  Fred  T,  carpenter,  res  941  Willow 

Cates  Mary  J  Mrs,  widow,  res  1354  Webster 

Cathcart  Alfred  B,  bookkeeper,  S  F,  res    Golden  Gate 

Caton  H  Miss,  dressmaker,  res  361  Tenth 

Cator  Geo,  laborer  Judson  Manufacturing  Co,  res  211  Louisa 


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Louisa 
Cator  Nora  Mrs,  res  211  Louisa 
Cator  Zacharia  T,  laborer,  res  211  Louisa 
Cattell  Joseph  E,  dairy,  res  317  E  Ninth 
Catton  Frederick  R   (Catton,  Bell  &  Co,  S  F,)  res  1056  Pop- 
lar 
Catton    Walter    D,  commission    merehant,   S    F,    res   1052 

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Caughell  R  N,  blacksmith  Jas  Galvin,  res    1067  Thirteenth 

ave 
Oauldwell  Maria  A,  nurse,  res  722  Filbert 
Caulfield  Alvan  B,  salesman,  S  F,  res  445  Myrtle 
Cavagnaro  Antonio  (T  J  Cavagnaro  &  Son)     res  714  Myrtle 
Cavagnaro  Thomas  J  (T  J  Cavagnaro  &  Son)  res   714  Myr- 
tle 
Cavagnaro  T  J  &  Son,  (Thos  J  and  Antonio)  bootblack  stand, 

S  E  cor  Eighth  and  Broadway 
Cavallero  A,  laborer  Alameda   Macadamizing    Co's    quarry, 

res  same 
Cavalry  Hall,  Chas  E  Gillett  custodian,  1064  Washington 
Cavanagh  Edward,  sewer  contractor,  res  1164  Twelfth 
Cavanagh  cV:  Ford  (Mrs  Kate  Cavanagh  and    Miss  Carrie  M 

Ford)  ice  cream  and  candies,  968  Washington 
Cavanagh  James  T,  teamster,  res  1164  Twelfth 
Cavanagh  Kate  Mrs  (Cavanagh  &  Ford)  res  1166  Twelfth 
Cavanagh  Martin,  laborer,  res  690  Twenty-seventh 
Cavanagh  Maggie  Miss,  domestic,  res  L397  Alice 
Cavanagh  Mary  E  Miss,  res  1164  Twelfth 
Cavanagh  Win  .1.  clerk,  res  1164  Twelfth 
Cavanagh  Daniel,  prop    Railroad    House,    2901    Telegraph 

ave.  res  same 
Cavanaugh  John,  teamster,  res  2901  Telegraph  ave 
Cavanaugfa  Patrick,  glazier  California   Door  Co,  res  cor  San 

Pablo  ave  and  Thirty-sixt h 

Cavanaugh  Margaret  Mrs,  res  cor  San    Pablo  ave  ami  Thir- 
ty-sixth 
so  [sador,  res  1  205  \\  < 
Cavasso  [sadore  L,  salesman   Whittier,  Puller  A  I  -  722 

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Cavasso  Rene  J,  res  s*_' I  Eighteenth 

\  exander   R.  salesman,  res  I7'_'<>  Thirteenth 
<  Saverly  ( >rin    E,   driver   ( Jolbj     I  Line,    pea  520  E 

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Br  A  R,  (  ng : :  pes  1  726  Thirteenth 

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Cebre  Kate  Mrs,  res  957  Campbell 

Cecchettini  F  (Crespino  &  Co)  res  e  side  Telegraph  ave  nr 

Vernon 
Cediey  Francis  J,  elerk,  S  F,  res    Ninth    nr  Powell,  Golden 

Gate 
Ceideman  Louis,  tailor  S  Schwartz,  res  479  Ninth 
Cempana  P,  laborer,  res  rear  925  Third 
CENTENNIAL    (The)   Mrs  P  A   Blair    proprietor, 

524  Fourteenth 

CENTENNIAL  (THE)  COPYING  BOOK 

AND  INK,  Wm  T  Gibbs  agent,  459  Ninth 
Centennial  M  E  Church,  Campbell  nr  Taylor 
Centennial  M  E  Church,  cor  Seventh  ave  and  E  Fourteenth 
Centennial    Presbyterian    Church,   Rev    Robert    Dickson, 

DD,  pastor,  cor  Twenty-fourth  ave  and  E  Sixteenth 

CENTER  JUNCTION  CASH  GROCERY 

STORE,  Wm  Walsh    proprietor,    1319    Center  and 

1320  Peralta 
Center  Moses  S,  employe  Sash  and  Blind  Factory,  res  1818 

Atlantic 
Central  Avenue  Livery  Stable,  James  Taylor   propr,  567  E 

Twelfth 
Central  Block,  1068  Broadway 
CENTRAL  BLOCK  HOUSE,  Mrs  M  P  Farrar 

proprietor,  1068  Broadwav 

CENTRAL  CARRIAGE  WORKS,  J  E  John- 

ston  proprietor,  266  Twelfth 

CENTRAL   FREE   READING   ROOM,  i: 

Robinson   curator,    Oakland    Free    Librae     Building, 
cor  Fourteenth  and  Washington 
CENTRAL     HOTEL,    Jose    Medeircs    proprietor, 
1723-1725  Seventh 

CENTRAL  HOTEL  SALOON,  Jose  Medeiros 
proprietor,  1725  Seventh 

Central  Lumber  Yard,  James  Dallas  propr,  NE  cor  Webster 
and  Fifth,  telephone  388 

Central  Market,  Henry  Jund  propr,  cor  Shattuck  and  Tele- 
graph aves 

CENTRAL  PHARMACY,  B  W  Dows  manager, 
junction  San  Pablo  ave  and  Broadway 

CENTRAL  SUPPLY  COMPANY,  commis- 

sion  merchants  and  wholesale  grocers,  George  L  Miller 
manager,  SE  cor  Twelfth  and  Washington 
Cerber  Theresa  Miss,  domestic,  res  323  Durant 
Cereghino  Andrea,  bootblack  P  Fortunato.  res  658  Myrtle 
Cereghino  Luigi,  res  101 5  Third 


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Cereghino  Martino,  bootblack,  res  Xewland  House 

Cereseto  Louis,  gardener,  res  1729  Fourteenth 

Cerini  Johu,  mariner,  res  1803  Market 

Cerini  Florence  Miss,  res  1803  Market 

Cerini  Frank,  student,  res  1803  Market 

Cerrv  John  A,  laborer  E  Bishop,  res  816  Linden 

Chabot  A  Mrs,  res  104  E  Fifteenth 

Chabot  Helen  H  Miss,  res  104  E  Fifteenth 

Chabot   Observatory,    Chas     Burckhalter     astronomer      in 
charge,  J  W  McClymonds  director,  Lafayette  Park 

Chabot  Remi,  capitalist,  res  SE  cor  Madison  and  Eleventh 

Chadbourne  C  F,  commercial  broker,  res  Galindo  Hotel 

Chadbourno  M  E  Mrs,  res  543  Albion 

Chadbourne  Richard,  clerk  California  Bridge  Co,  S  F,   res 
.    543  Albion 

Chaffee  Frank,  res  1145  Twentv-third  ave 

Chaffee  P  M  (Austin  &  Chaffee)  res  1145  Twenty-third  ave 

Chaguet    Gregoire,    Oakland    French     Laundry,    res    960 
Twenty-ninth 

Chaims  Elius,  plumber  Oakland  Gas    Light    and    Heat    Co, 
res  218  Fifth 

Challier  F,  musician,  res  2209  Market 

Challier  Joseph,  distiller,  res  1314  Thirty-sixth 

Challier  M  Mrs,  music  teacher,  res  2204   Market 

Chalmers  ,  insurance  agt,  S  F,  res  Kelsey  Hous 

Chalmers  Hugh  N,  groceries  and    Fruit,    1661    Eighth,    res 
9am  e 

Chalmers  James,  carpenter,  res  L564  Chestnut 

Chalmers  Win,  carpenter,  res  1-1">1  Linden 

Chaloner  Richard,  plumber,  res  w  s  Hover  nr  Mariposa  ave 

Chamberlain  Belle  X  Miss,  music    teacher,    res  219   E  Six- 
teenth 

Chamberlain  Charles  EI,  capitalist,  res  L402  Franklin 

Chamberlain  Charles  S,  res  cor  San  Pablo   ave  and   Forty- 
fifth 

Chamberlain    Edwin    \\\    architect    and    builder,   res    S17 
Center 

Chamberlain  Elizabeth  A  Miss,  res  cor  San  Pablo  ave  and 
Forty-fifth 

Chamberlain  I<la  W  Miss,  res  cor  San  Pablo  ave  and  Forty- 
fifth 

Chamberlain  Lee  Mrs,  res  277  Eighth 

Chamberlain  Mary  Mrs,  res  L152  Franklin 

Chamberlain  N  D,  manager   Coal   Consumers'    Association, 
•  Broadway,  r<  3  219  E  Sixteenth 

Chamberlain  N  Hoyte,  student,  8  F,  res  L048  Peralta 

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§5         Chamberlain  Silas,  carpenter  Pioneer  Planing  MiL- 
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D       -  Chamberlain  William  E.  bookkeeper,  res  1601  Twelfth 
g   •j?  Chamberlain  William   H,  groceries,  XW   eor    Seventh    and 
P  O  Campbell,  res  1048  Peralta 

£      .-  Chamberlin  P  V.  sexton  First  Methodist    Church.,    i  •  - 
H    ^  Seventeenth 

H  ^   Chamberlin  Willis  P.  clerk   S  P  Co,    S    F.    res    574    Seven- 
fa      .  teenth 

•g    ©   Chambers  Francis  T.  plumber    Oakland    Gas   Co.    n  - 
2    &  r  irst 

G*   5q   Chamber-  Col  F  Mrs,  res  876 Wood 
£    ^  Chambers  Fred  W,  tinner  Owen  C  Kirk 
u    E    Chambers  J  C.  laborer,  res  First  bet  Harrison  and  Wei  - 
K    £    Chambers    John,   broommaker    Industrial    Home    for    the 
**    0  Adult  Blind,  res  same 

«    §  Chambers  Samuel  A,  teacher  High  School,  re-  658   Eighth 
|    C    Chamber-  T.  butcher  H  F  Gieschen.  res  302  First  H  g> 

*2   g    Chambers  Wm  D,  res  302  First  —  S~- 

*         Champagne  Alphonse,  snpt  Oakland  French    Laundry,   res    5. 
|   g  960  Twenty-ninth  -  g 

=   ^   Champion  A  D  A  Mrs,  res  1112  Alice  1    g 

i  Champion  Albert  C.  traveling  sale-man  M  J  KELLEK.    ^  «3 

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£         Champion  Augustas,  clerk  F  Senram  a:  Co.  res  1573  Broa    -    =   S^ 
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Champion  J<  student,  res  Fruit  Vale 

2J  hampion  Josiah,  lumber  merchant,  res  Fruit  Vale  ave 

Champion  Lena  A.  student   Dupue  A  Aydel   M   's    Business 
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Champion  Louis  F.  student,  res  565  E  Fifteenth 
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Champreux  Alfred,  brass  moulder.  S  F.  res        3  Pine 

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CHANDLER     CHARLES    A,   manager    Singer 
Manufacturing  Co,  1151  Washington,  res   1923   Filbert 
Chandler  Charles  S,  paper  hanger,  res  1923  Filbert 
Chandler    Joseph    F,  principal    Franklin    School,   res   977 

Seventh  ave 
('handler  Robert  F,  cook,  S  F,  res  972  Thirty-sixth 
Chanuell  John  W,  farmer,  res  754  Sixteenth 
Ohannell  Sewell  P,  res  1350  Madison 
Chanteloup  Jacques   (Lemer  &   Chanteloup)    res  1515  San 

Pablo  ave 
Chanterean  Etienne,  barber  and  baths,   465  Sixth,  res  816 

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Chapey  Celestin,  saloon   Railroad    ave   cor  Twelfth,  Golden 

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Chapin  John  A,  conductor  S  P  Co,  res  582  E  Twelfth 
Chaplain  Rosy  Mrs,  laundry,  230  Twelfth,  res  same 
Chaplain  John,  laundry  man  Mine  Chaplain,  res  230  Twelfth 
Chaplin  George  M,  baker,  res  817  Market 
Chaplin  Moses,  expressman   Chester  and  Seventh,  res  1666 

Sixteenth 
Chapman  Albert  P,  res  461  Temescal  ave 
Chapman  Annie  Miss,  res  1055  Twelfth  ave 
Chapman  Bertha  L  Miss,  student,  res  120  E  Fourteenth 
Chapman  Burt,  clerk  C  O  Huber,  res  854+  Broadway 
Chapman  Clara  M  Miss,  student,  res  826  Sixteenth 
Chapman  Cynthia  Mrs,  widow,  res  534  Eighteenth 
Chapman  Dell  Miss,  student,  res  12CA  Twelfth  ave 
Chapman  E  B  (J  F  Chapman  &  Co,  S  F)  res  1021  Ninth  ave 
lhapman  Edgar  C,  atty-at-law,  rooms  15  and  L6, 906  Broad- 
way, res  534  Eighteenth 
lhapman  Edwin  A,  treaa   Pacific  Press  Publishing  rea 

L501  West 
lhapman  Elliott  C,  job  printer  Pacific  Preas,rea  1501  W 
lhapman    E    S    K»'\    I)    D,  pastor  Brooklyn    Presbyterian 

Church,  res  rv.i  Twelfth  a 
lhapman  Florence  Mi  —  ,  rea  L453  Grove 
lhapman  Ceo,  paper  hanger  Al  Wood,  rea  S'J,;  Sixteenth 
lhapman  1  [all,  53  1  Eighteen!  h 
lhapman  Harriet  I.  Miss,  rea  L021  Ninth  ave 
lhapman    Harry,  jeweler,  rea   w  -    Dover  bet    Benton  and 

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lhapman  Harry,  student,  res  821  Fourteenth 
lhapman  Harry  I',  paper  hanger   Ai    Wood  &  Bro,  res  826 

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Chapman  Henry  L,  quarryman,  rea  N\V  cor  Temescal  and 
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"     S  Chapman  M  C,  attv-at-law,  rooms  15  and  16,  906  Broadway,   §?  K 
«    J>j  res  587  Twenty-first  £  2 

^    J |  Chapman  Robert,  paper  hanger   Al    Wood   &   Bro,  res   826   g  H 

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Chapman  Robert  C,  saloon,  res  860  Harrison  ~  ^ 

Chapman  R  J,  clerk  J  F  Chapman  &  Co,   S    F,   res    1021    4  m 

Ninth  ave 
Chapman  S  A  Mrs,  res  826  Sixteenth 
Chapman  Sylvia  Miss,  res  1264  Twelfth  ave 
Chapman  Susan  Mrs,  widow,  res  1453  Grove 
Chapman  Truman  F,   mining,  Kingston,  New  Mexico,  res 

120  E  Fourteenth 
Chapman  Wm  H,  contractor,  res  534  Eighteenth 
Chapman  W  W  Mrs,  res  1003  Clay 

Chappell  John  E,  laundry  machinery,  S  F,  res  220  Eleventh 
Chappellet  F,  res  1555  Teledraph  ave 
Chappellet  Emelie  Miss,  res  1555  Telegraph  ave 
Chappellet  Sophie  Miss,  res  1555  Telegraph  ave 
Chard  Charles,  candy  maker,  783  Twelfth,  res  same 
Chard  William  Henry,  gardener,  res  783  Twelfth 
Chare  Alfred,  laborer,  res  562  Second 
Chare  Charles    A,  employe  Oakland    Hosiery    Co,  res    562 

Second 
Charlebois  H,  bookkeeper,  S  F,  res  1579  Broadway 
Charles  Betsy  Mrs,  res  568  Caledonia  ave 
Charles  Edwin  W  (Jones  &  Charles)  res  1513  Telegraph  ave 
Charleton  G  W,  fireman  S  P  Co,  res  West  Berkeley 
Charlston  John  Capt,  master  mariner,  res  1209  E  Fifteenth 
Charlton  Ella  Mrs,  res  618  E  Sixteenth 
Charlton  Lucy  T  Mrs,  res  618  E  Sixteenth 
Charroux  Arthur,  mill    hand  Eagle   Pianino;   Mill,  res   704 

Webster 
Cnarter    Oak    Hotel,    J    C    Brown    propr,    res    same,   1763 

Seventh 
§"  CHAETRAND    L   E,  solicitor   Anglo-Nevada   As- 
g&  surance  Corporation  and  member  Board  of   Education, 

res  365  Second 
Chartrand  Louis,  propr   St    Louis    House    and    Saloon,  562 

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Chase  Ada  Miss,  laundress  Contra  Costa  Laundry 

Chase    Alfred,    employe    California    Hosiery    Co,    res    502 

Second 
Chase  Charles  B,  clerk,  S  F,  res  907  Wood 
Chase  Cyrus    H,    laborer   Alameda    Macadamizing    Co,  res 

East  Oakland  Hotel 
Chase  Edward  C,  clerk,  S  F,  res  913  Wood 
Chase  Edward  J,  patrolman,  res  NW  cor  Eighth   and  AVood 
Chase  Edward  L,  res  1754  Division 
Chase  Frank,  laborer,  res  826  E  Twelfth 
Chase  George,  deputy  county  treas,  res  202  E  Ninth 
Chase  Geo,  carpenter  Jones  &  Co 
Chase  Geo  M,  student,  res  202  E  Ninth 
Chase  II  W,  lumber  merchant,  S  F,  1157  Alice 
Chase  John  H,  capitalist,  res  Fruit  Vale  ave 
Chase  Joseph  W,  clerk  U  S  Customs,  S  F,  res  826  Fifteenth 
Chase  Mellie  Miss,  student,  res  202  E  Ninth 
Chase  Moses,  res  202  E  Ninth 
Chase  Quincy  A   (Kohler  &  Chase)  res  Broadway  nr   Moss 

ave 
Chase  Rebecca,  res  Vernal  ave,  Piedmont 
Chase  S  C,  res  548  Twentieth 
Chase  Susan  Miss,  res  Vernal  ave,  Piedmont 
Chatani  E,  res  Weber  Hotel 

Chatfield  Cornelia  Miss,  laundress  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Chatfield  James  M,  laborer,  res  724  Chester 
Chatfield  May  Miss,  laundress  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Chauche  Adrian  G,  wholesale  liquors,  S  F,  res  855  Alice 
Cheadle  Win  C,  brakeman  S  P  Co,  res  804  Willow 
cheat-  M  E  Mrs,  res  906  Broadway 
Cheasbro  Sherman  II,  res  1417  Grove 
Chedwick  A  M,  teacher,  res  504  Thirteenth 
Cheever  M  R,  lumber  mfr, Idaho,  res  14<>I  Seventh  ave 
Cheney  Merrick  L,  res  L252  Pranklin 
Cheney  Oliver,  teamster,  res  842  Seventeenth 
Chenoweth  E  Miss,  res  1455  Broadway 
Cherry  Miss,  res  756  Seventh 

<  Iherry  I  >aniel  W.  Btock  raiser,  res  High 

<  Jherry  John,  res  667  Twenty-sixth 

( Ihesebrough  Henry  <  \  bookkeeper,  S  F.  res  1 1 L9  Third  ave 
( Ihesley  Wm  E,  merchant,  res  1  KM  Adeline 
Chesnut  James  G,  teacher,  res  Oakland  ave,  Vernon  Heights 
Chesnut  J   Augustus,  student    CJniversity   of  California,  res 

1652  Webster 
Chesnut  John  A.  carpenter,  res  L652  Webster 

<  'hesnul  Mai  \   E  Mi    .  res  I  652  Webster 

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1652  Webster 
Z      J  Chester  Mrs,  res  854-^-  Broadway 
~     o3  Chester  Chas,  carpenter,  res  811  Adeline 

^  Chester  Frederick,  salesman  City  of  Paris,  S   F,  res   1420 
fcr  Eighth 

*"       I  Chester  House,  1506i  Seventh  ^^ 

©   C/5  Chester  Street  M  E  Church,  Rev  J  H  Wythe  Jr  pastor,  cor     DO 
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I   l\  CHETWOOD  HOB  ART  REV,  D  D,  rector  St 

Paul's  Church,  res  Hotel  Merritt 
W   Chetwood  John,  atty-at-law,  S  F,  res  Hotel  Merritt 

Cheyrias    Seraphine,    cook    Barnuin    Restaurant,    res    915 

Webster 
Chiara  G  B,  laborer,  res  720  Myrtle 
W    0|  Chicago  Clock  Co,  J  E  Straus  mgr,  1158  Seventh 

•  -g|  Chick  Florence  Miss,  stenographer,  res  726  Eleventh 

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MENT,  James  F  Kennedy,  City  Hall 
CHIEF  OF  POLICE,  J  W  Tompkins,  City  Hall 
Chieftian  Stables,  NW  cor  Ninth  and  West 
Childes  Elmer,  draughtsman  Chas  Mau,  res  518  Eighth 

Children's  Home,  located  on  s  s  Linden  bet  Broadway  and  k 

Telegraph  ave  (adjoining  Home  for  Aged  Women)  Mrs  =o 

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Childs  A  F,  physician,  580  E  Twelfth,  res  same  5  ,_ 

Childs  D  S  Mrs,  res  1410  Kirkham  ^  j< 

|  Childs  Elmer,  architect,  res  912  Clay  ^  P 

Childs  Helen  Mrs,  widow,  res  1003  Twenty-second  ?  o 

Childs  H  O,  res  1061  Grove  <.  2 

Childs  Capt  James  W,  res  727  Fourth  <  £. 

I  Childs  Jane  Mrs,  res  1061  Grove  ^  ^ 

H  «  Childs  Mercy  C  Miss,  res  727  Fourth  >  p 

GO  ^  Childs  Mildred  Miss,  res  814  Seventeenth  :  3 

H  *J  Childs  Nellv  Miss,  res  727  Fourth  O  & 

PQ        Childs  Nettie  Miss,  res  727  Fourth  g,  ^O 

.Childs  Captain  Walter,  res  727  Fourth  j-  £ 

9      |  Childs  Wm  A,  real  estate  463  Ninth,  res  467  Twenty-sixth  §  T5 

H        Childs  W  W,  supt  Remillard  Brick  Co.  also  dairyman.  Red-  ^"g^ 

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^      |  Chilton  Arthur,  laborer,   1123  E  Twenty-fifth  ^ 

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Chinese  Presbyterian    Church    and  Christian   Association, 

H  Q  i  Thirteenth  *P 

2  z  Chinn  Harry,  clerk  Wells,  Fargo  &  Co,  S   F,  res  1305  Julia  *f 

£2  ^  Chin  nook  Clara,  compositor  Pacific  Press,  res  718  Eleventh  Q 

y  Chinnook  Julia,  compositor  Pacific  Press,  res  718  Eleventh  ^* 

zp  ^  chinnook  Mattie  M  Miss,  dressmaker, res  718  Eleventh  ||g 

r^  q  Chisholm  Alexander,  ship  carpenter,  S  F,  res  1028  Twelfth  fj|§ 

Chisholm  Colin  E,  pressman  S  F  Alta,  res  1940  Poplar  »=-■ 

CO        Chisholm  John  R,  workman,  res  1940  Poplar  @* 
~:         Chisholm  Robert  B,  capitalist,  res  520  Sixteenth 

£0        Chisholm  Robert  B  Jr,  (Sackrider  &  Chisholm),  res  520  Six-  |^ 
— :               teenth 

Chisholm  William,  pressman  S  F  Alta,  res  1940  Poplar 
Chittenden    Fanny  Mrs,  teacher  Depue    Business   College, 

rea  658  Eighth 
Chittenden  Nattie  P  Miss,   teacher    Shorthand    and   Type- 
writing Depue  &  A  vdelotte's  Business  College,   res  658  I 
Eighth  ft 
Chittenden  William  A,  real  estate,  res  1376  Webster  ^*" 
Chittenden  Win  K,  cleaner  S  P  Co,  res  858  Cedar  gj 
Chitty  Timothy,  cook  Long  Wharf  Rest,  res  same  ca 
Chivivc  .JuM'ph  I),  laborer,  res  L 508  Third  *_I 
Chloupek  Amos,  moulder  City  Brass  Works,  cor  Second  and  g~». 
Broadway  o 
Chloupek  Louisa  Mrs,  s71  Lydia  J5S 
Chloupek  Vincent  (Hersey  &  Chloupek)  and  engineer  En-  ^^ 

\       _'.  O  F  D,  res  473  Fourth  g 

Chrisman  Wm  C,  engineer  S  P  Co,  res  1<>04  Broadway  ^ 

Chrisman  Wm,  collector  The  Morning  Times  O 

Chrissinger  Philip  B,  furniture  and  baggage   express,  S  W  ~    ^ 

cor  Broadway  and  Thirteenth, rea  1112  Eleventh  ave  £1    2 

Christ  William,  clerk   Wm  A  1  &  Co,  rea  229  Eighth  ^    o 

CHRISTEN  WILLIAM,  real   estate,  house   and  '£  g 

insurance         at,  L 759  Seventh,  res  same  ^ 

Christensen  Andrew,   coachman  W  A  Aldrich,    rea   Vernal  3 

Piedmont 
<  Ihristian  Brothers  of  St  Patrick's  Church,  1626  Seward 

CI  ii  Church,  Rev  George  W    Sweeney   pa-tor.  s  E  cor  £f 

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CI  ll         cement  sidewalk  layer,  rea  U6  Seventh  ^  (S 

hii  B,  teamster,  res    156  Tw <  nt iet h  *  p 

CHRISTIAN  UNION    THE  WESTERN)  |    ~ 

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CI  ii  <  Charles,  laborer,  rea  1 2  I  Eddie  ^ 

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Christiansen  L  P,  mfr    parlor  brackets,  1503  Broadway,  res 

same 
Christiansen  Niels,  bookkeeper  Martin   Anderson,  res  NW 

cor  Seventh  and  Webster 
Christianson  Celia  Miss,  res  1120  E  Fourteenth 
Christianson  C  M,  res  1120  E  Fourteenth 
Christianson  Fred,  laborer,  res  1120  E  Fourteenth 
Christianson  Geo,  hostler,  res  Winthrop  House 
Christianson  Geo,  carpenter,  res  460  Fifth 
Christianson  John,  coachman,  res  1397  Alice 
Christianson  John  T,  dairyman,  res  Redwood  road 
Christianson  Louis,  carpenter    Cable    Co,    res  Railroad  Ex- 
change 
Christianson  Louisa,  domestic,  res  1160  Eighth 
Christie  Joseph,  butcher,  res  1454  Myrtle 
Christie  Zotque,  carpenter,  res  810  Twenty-second 
Christiforo  Columbia  Guard  Armory,    Joseph    Folcia    sec, 

416  Eighth 
Cnristman  George,  plumbing,  tinning  and  gasfitting,  1313 

Broadway  and  1310  Telegraph  ave,  res  593  Sycamore 
Christoffer  Marie  Miss,  fancy  goods,  embroidery  and  stamp- 
ing, 1220  San  Pablo  ave,  res  same 
Chrestoffersen  Anthony,  blacksmith,  S  F,  res   1410   Seven- 
teenth 
Christopher  Joseph,  tailor  Joseph  Harris,  res  S  F 
Christopher  Julius,    machine   hand    Oakland  Planing  Mill, 

res  710  Filbert 
Christopherson  Alfred,  painter  P  N  Kuss 
Christy  Charles,  carpenter    and    contractor,   S   F,    res   828 

Kirkham 
Christy  Joshua,  carpenter,  res  828  Kirkham 
Chubb  Charles,  bricklayer,  res  1374  Sixteenth 
Chubb  John,  lineman  Sunset  Telephone  and  Telegraph  Co, 

res  1374  Sixteenth 
Chubb  Roger,  bricklayer,  res  1374  Sixteenth 
Chu  Chew  &  Co,  Japanese  Bazar,  1166  Broadway 
Church  of  the  A  vent,  Rev   H   T    Lathrop  rector,  cor  E  Six- 
teenth and  Twelfth  ave 
CHURCH  ANGUS  M,  notary  public,  483  Ninth, 

res  729  Eighth 
Church  A  R,  employe  Dollver  Bros,  S  F,  res  1102  Tenth 
Church  Arthur,  student,  res  529  Hobart 
Church  Augustus  H,  collector  Wm  J  Dingee,  res  658  Eighth 
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55"   Church  Joseph  W,  clerk    custom   house,   S  F,  res  826    Fif-  g    |S 
UJ  ^  teenth  c:   J2 

DO  _|   Church  Lama  A  Miss,  bakery,  1250  Center,  res  same  m    — 

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CHURCH  ROD  W,  county  recorder,  Hall  of   Rec- 
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Church  of  the   Sacred  Heart  of   Jesus  (R  C)  Rev  Lawrence 

Serda  rector,  Rev  Patrick    Griffin,  asst  rector,  Fortieth 

bet  Grove  and  West 
Church  of  St  Frances  de  Sales  (R  C)  cor  San  Pablo  ave  and 

Hobart 
Church  \Vm  H,  deputy  county  recorder,  res  920  Filbert 
Church  \V  W,  paper    hanger    and    decorator    Armstrong  & 

Merchant,  res  811  Thirteenth 
Churchill  X,  reporter    Tribune    Publishing   Co,    res    Hotel 

Merritt 
Chute  Alan  son  W,  plumber,  res  NE  cor  Lusk  ave  and  Forty- 
fir- 1 
Cianuarulo  B,  musician,  res  715  Linden 
Cianciarulo    Frank,   Cianciarulo's  Italian  String  Band,    res 

1012  Fifth 
Cicoulat  Clement,  propr  Oakland  French   Laundry,  res  960     ^O 

Twenty-ninth 
Cimpher  Jacob,  Accommodation  Boat  House,  Lake  Merritt,! 

E  Twelfth,  rea  same  F^O 

Ciphers  David  B,  res  946  Union  t   ■   < 

Circe  Thomas,  teamster  Remillard  Brick  Co  S      | 

Citizens1  [nsurance  Co  of  Baltimore,  James  Gamble agt,  469     ^^ 

Ninth  Z^^> 

CITY  ASSESSOR,  Roland  W  Snow,  City  Hall  co 

CITY   ATTORNEY,  -lam.-  A  Johnson,  City  Hall        O 
CITY  BOARD  OF  HEALTH,    D    D  Crowley,   £0 
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CITY  ENGINEER,  Thomas  W  Morgan, City  Hall 
CITY  HALL,     i  Fourteenth  and  Washington 
City  Hall  Stables,  Hunt  Bros  proprs,  51  1  Fourteenth 

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CITY  OF  LONDON  FIRE  INSURANCE 

CO  OF  ENGLAND,  W    S    Perkins    agent,  958 
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City   Market,    bet    Eleventh    and    Twelfth,    Broadway    and 

CITY    MARKET   RESTAURANT   AND 

CHOP  HOUSE,  Alexander  Campbell  proprietor 

19,  21  and  23  City  Market 
City  Mission  Training  School,  Rev  N  C  McClure  supt,  1591 

Telegraph  ave 
City  Park,  bet  Grove  and  Jefferson,  Sixth  and  Seventh 
City  Physician,  D  D  Crowley,  Fifteenth  rear  of  City  Hall 
City  Police  Judge,  Alexander  Laidlaw,  City  Hall 
City  Pound,  William  J  O'Connell  pound  master,  Peraltacor 

Twenty-sixth 

CITYSUPERINTENDENT     OF 

SCHOOLS.  J  W  McClvmonds,  office  City  Hall 

CITY  TREASURER  AND  TAX  COL- 
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City  Wharf,  M  K  Houghton  wharfinger,  Water  Front  bet 
Franklin  and  Webster 

Cklar  W  F,  carpenter,  res  SW  cor  Eleventh  and  Washing- 
ton 

Claiborne  Richard,  porter  Palace  Hotel,  S  F,  res  911  Web. 
ster 

Claich  Michael,  waiter  Post  Office  Restaurant,  res  1790 
Seventh 

Clancy  Lena,  waitress  Union  Hotel 

Clancy  William,  teamster  Grayson,  Owen  &  Co,  res  Dalton 
ave  nr  Green,  Stock  Yards 

Clanfield  John,  laborer,  res  1068  Thirty-second 

Clapp  Flora  Miss,  res  566  Thirty-fifth 

Clapp  George  H,  druggist,  cor  E  Twelfth  and  Thirteenth 
aves,  res  same 

Clapp  George  P,  manager  San  Diego  Iron  and  Nail  Co,  res 
566  Thirty-fifth 

Clapp  Roland  C,  mariner,  res  330  Prospect 

Clarage  James  0,  shoemaker,  res  662  Sixth 

Clarendon  House,  855  Washington 

Clark Mrs,  res  Brayton  Block 

Clark Mrs,  res  970  Jefferson 

Clark Mrs,  res  Home  for  Aged  Women 

Clark  Ada  Mrs,  dancing  academy,  377  Twelfth,  res  S  F 

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HI   Clark  Alfred,  res  1309  Telegraph  ave  ^^ 
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Clark  Alfred  O,  foreman    Oakland    Planing    Mill,   res    753 
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GO  _j   (Mark  Alvah  K.  accountant  Loan  Associations,  S  F,  res  970;  3^ 

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X  ^   Clark  Andrew  G,  res  e  s  nr  cor  Fruit  Vale  ave  g 
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Clark  B  E  Miss,  dressmaker,  re?  7(»(.»  Jackson  J^O 

X         Clark  Benjamin,  vocalist  and    secretary  British  Benevolent  ^_^ 

CO  Association,  8  F,  res  1169  Brush  1T31 

|j         Clark  Benjamin  Mrs,  music  teacher,  res  610  Fourteenth  @ 

CD         Clark  Carlton  H,  commercial   agt    Union    Pacific.    S  F,  res  <>* 

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B-         (Mark  C  H,  freight  agt  Denver  &  Rio  Grande   R    R,  res  768  lEEf 

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Clark  Charles  A,  engineer  S  P  Co,  res  1068  Twelfth  ave  «*■ 

(Mark  Charles  A,  machinist,  res  1003  Pine  j-hj 

Clarke  Charles  F  (C  F  Clarke  A:  Co)  res  1376  Webster  ^A 

CLARK  CHARLES  K,  secretary  Home  Security  |J 

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Uj    (lark  David,  contractor,  res  L120  Filbert  r?^ 

(Mark  D  Piatt,  contractor,  res  I L20  Filberl  ^ 

(Mark  E,  pattern  maker  Oakland  Iron  Works,  res   e    -  San    ^ 

Pablo  ave.  bet  Thirty  eighth  and  Fortieth  C^ 

CLARK    EDWARD,     president     Oakland  Iron    5    ^ 

Works,  res   1  -  Sao  Pablo  ave    bet   Thirty-eighth  and  .^    ^ 

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(Mark  Edward,  painter,  res  L009 Franklin  £  a> 

(Mark  Edward,  res  L009  Broadway  g    g 

(Mark  Edward  F,  butcher,  res  1260  West  %  ^ 

(Mark  Ella  T,  student  Duprue  &    Aydelotte's    Business  Col- 
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Mrs,  lodgings,  615Sixth  5?  Q. 

(  Mark  Ellen  M  rs,  res  31 6  ( !ypr(  —    ti 
(Mark            lie  W  Miss,  teacher  musie  and  painting,  res  829   ^  a> 

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Clark  Geo,  employe  California  Hosiery  Co,  res  723  Castro 

Clark  Geo,  res  Smith  House,  836  Broadway 

Clark  George  B,  engineers  P  Co,  res  Alameda 

;  Clark  George  P,  clerk  Joseph  M  Oat,  re>  77  Valley 

Clark  H,  emplove  Contra  Costa  Laundry 

I  Clark  Harry  A,  "fireman  S  P  Co,  res  1068  Twelfth  ave 

:  Clark  Helen  Miss,  res  615  Sixth 

J  Clark  Helen  J  Miss,  res  1204  Harrison 

Clark  Henry  C,  warehouseman  and  postmaster,  Bay  ave   nr 
Melrose  Station 

I  Clark  Henry  W,  conductor  S  P  Co,  res  1616  Lincoln 

i  Clark  Herbert  A,  conductor  Pullman  Car  Co,  res  847  Madi- 
son 

Clark  Horace,  news  stand,  confectionery  and  cigars, Seventh 
nr  Market  Street  Station,  res  762  Sixth 

,  Clark  Hugh,  plasterer,  res  77  Valley 

I  Clark  I  M,  painter  Carbon  Paint  Co,  res  524  Thirty-first 

I  Clark  James,  groceries,  977  Fifth,  res  same 

j  Clark  James,  cook,  res  1777  Goss 

Clark  James,  artesian  well  borer,  res  XE  cor  Fortv-Third  and 
Grove 

I  Clark  James,  carpenter  Jones  &  Co 

j  Clark  James  E,  clerk,  S  F,  res  772  Eighteenth 

Clark  J  B,  pattern  maker,  res  Girard  House 

Clark  Jennie  Miss,  res  816  Cypress 

Clark  Jessie  L  Miss,  res  847  Madison 

Clark  J  M,  pattern  maker,  res  524  Thirty-first 

Clark  John,  jeweler,  867  Broadway,  res  1426i  San  Pablo  ave 

Clark  John,  woodturner,  res  1173  Fifth 

Clark  John,  blacksmith,  res  70S  Third 

Clark  John,  res  1356  Eighteenth 

Clark  John,  carpenter  S  P  Co,  res  1836|  Seventh 

Clark  Julia  B  Mrs,  widow,  res  1264  Harrison 

Clark  Kate  Miss,  clerk  California  Cotton  Mills,  res  1504  gan 
Pablo  ave 

Clark  Laura  Miss,    saleslady    Abrahamson    Bros,    res    1106 
Broadway 

Clark  Lemuel,  engineer  S  P  Co,  res  Berkeley 

Clark  Leon  F,  clerk  S  F,  res  1003  Pine 

Clark  L  S,  engineer  S  P  Co,  res  Berkelev 

Clark  Lizzie  Miss,  res  977  Fifth 

Clark  Maggie  Miss,  domestic,  res  1535  Webster 

Clark  Mamie  Miss,  res  977  Fifth 

Clark  Marian  Miss,  music  teacher,  1019  Webster,  res  same 

Clark  Minnie  L  Mrs,  res  1746  Filbert 

Clark  Nora  Miss,  res  977  Fifth 


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Clark  Peter,  blacksmith,  res  1009  Franklin 
CLARK     R     FRANK,    manager    Oakland    branch 
Fireman's    Fund    Insurance    Co,    4S3    Ninth,    SE  cor 
Washington,  res  Alameda 
Clark  Richard   X,  parlor    car    conductor    S    P    Co,  res    917 

Twenty-fourth 
Clark  Robert  V,  propr  American  House,  616  Broadway 
Clark  Samuel  C,  engineer  S  P  Co,  res  939  Wood 
Clark  Samuel  H,  harnessmaker,  S  F,  res  847  Madison 
Clark  Win,  teamster  Eagle  Box  and  Mfg  Co,  res  Alameda 
Clark  W  C,  clerk  Oakland  Iron  Works,  res  e   s    San   Pablo 

ave  bet  Thirty-eighth  and  Fortieth 
Clark   William,    carriage    maker    J    E    Johnson,    res    1527 

Broadway 
Clark  Wm,  carpenter,  res  938  Thirty-fourth 
Clark  Wm  A,  clerk,  S  F,  res  917  Twenty-fourth 
Clark  Wm  E,  employe  East   Oakland   Planing  Mill,  res  472 

E  Eleventh 
Clark  Wm  J.  painter,  res  1207  Seventh 
Clark  A;  Woolley  (George  Clark   and  John   Woollev)   props 

Oakland  Boiler  Works,  668  Franklin 
Clarke  Alice  T  Miss,  res  318  E  Seventeenth 
Clarke   Chas    II,  A   B,   teacher    English    and    bookkeeping 

Hopkins  Academy,  res  same 
Clarke  Edward,  carpenter,  res  365  Orchard 
Clarke  F  II.  teacher  California   Military  Academy,  res  same 
Clark.-  II  P,  cashier  Whittier,  Fuller   ft  Co,  res'l264   Har- 
rison 
Clarke  John  B,  professor   mathematics   University   Califor- 
nia, res  3]  s  E  Seventeenth 
Clarke  .J.dm'W.  carpenter,  res  263  Twelfth 
Clarke  Joseph  F.  wharfinger  Pacific  St  wharf.  S  F,  res  318 

K  S<  venteenth 
dark.-  Margaret  E  Miss,  res  318  El  Seventeenth 
Clarke  Maria  L  Mrs,  widow,  res  1  1_1  Adeline 
Clarke  Walter,  carriage  blacksmith,  res  94]  Twenty-sixth 
(Marke  Warren  T.  Clerk  Wells,  Fargo  A  Co,  S  F,  res   1  liM 

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Clarke  William   I.  doo rmaker  California  Door  Co,  res  318 

l.  8<  •  enteenth 
ClarksoD  John,  ball  player,  res  L372  sixteenth 
Clari  ag<   Edn  ai  d  I >.  agent,  res  21  l  Twelfth 
Clason  Delia  Mi  (0  E  Twelfth 

Claaoii  Etollo  B,  stationery,  612  E  Twelfth,  res  same 
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Clausen   Adolph,  employe    Judson   Manufacturing  Co,  res 
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Clausen  Charles  E,  plasterer,  res  2126  Chestnut 

Clausen  C   H,   photographer  cor  Market  and   Seventh,  res 
same 

Clausen  Charles  J,  plasterer,  res  2126  Chestnut 

Clausen  Emma  Miss,  res  2126  Chestnut 

Clausen  Henry,  laborer,  res  625  Kennedy 

Clausen  Mina  Miss,  res  512  Forty-fifth 

Clausen  William,  tailor,  S  F,  res  1114  Campbell 

Clawson  L  E  (L  E  Clawson  &  Co)  res  S  F 

Clawson  L  E  &    Co    (L    E    Clawson    and   J    L    Robinson) 
patent  chimney,  400  Thirteenth 

Clawson  School,    Miss    Julia   E    Colby   principal,  NW   cor 
Magnolia  and  Thirty-second 

Claxton  Samuel,  laborer,  res  cor  E  Thirty-fifth  and   Union 

Claxton  William,  res  363  Fifth 

Clay  A  Meaburn,  student,  res  1425  Eighth  ave 

Clay  C  C  (Sherman,  Clay  &  Co,  S  F)  res  E  Fourteenth  bet 
Park  ave  and  Julia 

Clay  Charles  C,  special  delivery  messenger  post-office,  res 
520  Eighteenth 

CIjAX  I    HENBY,    assistant   post-master,    Oakland 
post-office,  res  520  Eighteenth 

Clayton  Cornelia  Miss,  res  1354  Webster 

Clayton  Susan  Mrs,  widow,  res  1354  Webster 

Clayton  Susan  Miss,  res  1354  Webster 

Clayton  Wm,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 

Clayton  Wm  B,  cabinet  maker  Lyon  &  Co,  res  927  Thirty- 
Sixth 

Clear   Maggie   Miss,  saleslady  KAHN  &  SONS,  res 
358  Ninth 

Clear  Mamie  C  Miss,  teacher  vocal  music,  res  358  Tenth 

Clear   Thomas,  fireman  and  chief  engineer  Oakland  Gas- 
light and  Heat  Co,  res  358  Ninth 

Cleary  B  Mrs,  furnished  rooms  460  Sixth,  res  same 

Cleary  James,  nurseryman,  2333  Peralta,  res  same 

Cleary  Joseph  M,  machinist,  res  2333  Peralta 

OLE ARY  M,  family  grocer,  359-361  Twelfth,  res  SW 

cor  Twelfth  and  Jackson 
Clecak  Anton,  propr  Rockaway  Restaurant,  1112  Broadway, 

res  La  Clede  House 
Clecak  John,  propr  West  Oakland  Restaurant,  1770  Seventh 
res  1772  Seventh 


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ecak  Nicholas,  waiter  West  Oakland  Restaurant,. res  1772 

B    venth 
ecak  Peter,  clerk  Anton  Clecak,  res  La  Clede  House 

torn  Robert  B,  blacksmith,  S  F,  res  208  B 
eir  Win,  clerk  Joseph  Harris,  res  North  Temescal 
eland  Darius,  contractor  and  builder,  res  918  Union 
emena  II  M  Mrs,  rea  536  Eighteenth 
emena  Jay  Mrs.  res  536  Eighteenth 
ement  A  Miss,  res  1621  Eighth 
ement    Albert   T,  tailor  Brown  &  McKinnon,  res   Weber 

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ement  Alpheua  W,  clerk  Pacific  Improvement  Co,  S  F,  res 

1  258  Harrison 
ement  C  E  Mrs,  rea  1405  Brush 
ement    Hphraim   B,   searcher  of  records,    S   F,   res    1258 

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em.  nt  Grace  W  Miss,  res  1013  Twelfth 
•  mint    H  (H  Clement  &  Co)  cigar  mfrs,   res  cor  Seventh 

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ement  H&(  'o,  wholesale  and  retail  cigar  mfrs,  456  Seventh 

and  -lv,»  Tenth,  res  cor  Seventh  and  Broadway 
ement  Herbert  R,  clerk  S  P  Co,  S  F.  rea  1405  Brush 
ement  Joseph,  student   Livermore  College,  rea  L 258  Har- 
rison 
ement   Kate  Miss,  cane    chair  maker  Industrial  Home  for 

the  Adult  Blind,  rea  same 
ein.-nt  Lewia  M,  civil  engineer,  S  F.  rea  L013  Twelfth 
ement  M  Mrs,  matron   Pacific  Pre--  Boarding  House,  711 

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ement  Maud  L  Miss,  rea  1013  Twelfth 
ement  M  L,  pressman,  rea  7* >8  sixth 
emenl  R,  laborer  Alameda  Macadamizing  Co's  quarry,  res 

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emenl  Rue  sell  M,  mechanical  engineer,  rea   L013  Twelfth 
omenta  Arthur,  commercial  traveler,  rea  222  Seventh 
ementa  Christina  Mrs,  widow,  rea  1641  Adeline 
omenta  Christina  Miss,  dressmaker,  rea  1641  Adeline 
ementa  Harry,  rea  s~>  I     Broadway 
ementa  In-'  b  urg  Miss,  clerk,  rea  L641  Adeline 
emishire  John,  special  agent  BoarcLof  Forreatry,  rea  217 

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213 


Clerc  Savonna  Mine,  specialist,    1240    San    Pablo    ave,  res 

1168  Webster 
Clergy  of  St  Francis,  590  Hobart 
Clerk  of  Police  Court,  W  H  O'Brien,  City  Hall 
Cleveland  Carrie  Miss,  student,  res  1126  Chestnut 
Cleveland  Merit,  hostler  Chieftain   Livery    Stables,  res  821 

Market 
Cleveland  Reuben  C,  carpenter  and  builder,  res  1126  Chest- 
nut 
Cliff  Alfred  G,  machinist  Judson  Iron  Works,  res  n  s  Forty- 
fifth  bet  Telegraph  and  Grove 
Cliff  George,  engineer,  res    n  s   Forty-fifth    bet    Grove  and 

Telegraph  ave 
Clifford  Edward  T,  carpenter,  res  1156  Webster 
Clifford  Frederick,  car  inspector  S  P  Co,  res  18  Maple 
Clifford  John,  laborer,  res  813  Chester 
Clifford  John  B,  druggist,  res  1367  Fifteenth 
Clifford  Joseph,  engineer  S  P  Co,  res  622  Louis 
Clifford  Maggie  Miss,  res  813  Chester 
Clifford  Nellie  Miss,  dressmaker,  res  813  Chester 
Clifford  Timothy,  laborer,  res  1637  Magnolia 
Clifford  Wm  A,  printer  Morning  Times,  res  858  Harrison 
Clift  E  S  Miss,  artist,  res  566  Sixteenth 
Clift  Frederick  C,  law  student,  S  F,  res  1547  San  Pablo  ave 
Clift  L  B  Miss,  res  1547  San  Pablo  ave 
Clift  Osro,  res  566  Sixteenth 
CLIFT  WILLIAM,  president  Presidio  and  Ferries 

R  R,  S  F,  res  1547  San  Pablo  ave 
Clifton  M,  fireman  S  P  Co,  res  1521  Eighth 
Clifton  Wm  G,  bookkeeper    Grayson,  Owen    &    Co,  res  951 

Clay 
Climo  Albert,  shipwright,  res  883  Bay 
Clino  Samuel,  carpenter  R  R  shops,  res  956  Wood 
Clinton  DeWitt,  carpenter,  res  E  Adeline  bet  Sherman  and 
Monroe 

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Clinton  H  M,  agt  R  L  Pc'k  &  Co,  S  F,«res  1276  Thirteenth 

ave 
Clinton  Hook  a-id   Ladder   Co   No    2,  Win    Barrett  driver, 

E  Fourteenth  bet  Twelfth  and  Thirteenth  aves 

CLINTON    HOUSE,    S   H   Melvin    agent,    277    E 

Twelfth  cor  Sixth  ave 
Clintoa  Hulda'i  J  Mrs,  nurse,  res  1683  Chase 
Clinton  Market,  311  E  Twelfth 


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Clinton  Mills,  cor  E  Eleventh  and  Twelfth  ave 
Clinton  Park.  E  Twelfth  Sixth  and  Seventh  a     - 

Oliver  Charles  H.  nailer  Pacific  Iron  and   Nail  Co.  res 

Leline 
Oliver  John  H.  res  614  Adeline 
Clivio  C, grocei     -  gn    and    domestic    fruits,  1216  £ 

Pablo  ave,  :■  s  811  Twenty-eighth 
Clock  Maud  E  Miss,  rea  1140  Myrtle 
Clock  Sarah  D  Mrs,  widow,  rea  114"  Myrtle 
Clodias  August,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Cloeren  Edward,  res  2     0  Broadway 
Clonen  John,  groceries,  wines    and    liquors.  1529    Seventh. 

res  same 
Clonen  Mary  Mr-,  cashier  John  Clemen,  res  152     B   venth 
Olooney  Thomas  J,  wood    and   coal,    hay    and    grain,   157S 

venth.  res  1373  Eighth 
Clothier  Minnie    J    Miss,    decorative    painting    and     fancy 

work  ;i6  Twelfth 

Cloudman  Charles  H.  shoemaker.  1357  Peralta.  res  same 
Cloudman  Mary  E  Miss,  res  1357  Peralta 
Clough  Alton  H  (Clough  &  Baker)  res  cor  Twenty-third  ave  j 

and  E  Fifteenth 
CLOUGH  &  BAKER  n   H   Clough  and 

G  Bafc  r,  real  estate.  468  Ninth 
_:.  C  H.  salmon  canner,  re-       9  &  venth 
CloiiL'h  E  II,  reporter,  rea  1272  Twenty-third  ave 
gb  F  L  lira,  res       -  Si  venth 

'rankie  Mi  —  ,  student,  re-  ::"N  E  Sixteenth 

P.  bookkeeper  Gould   A:    Williamson,  res     221 
Twenty-thir 

rohn  F.  luml  rveyor,  rea  E  8    tteenth 

:»  Lotta  M  M  is,     a  &13  Thirteenth 
'.'.:•  M  i358  E  Sixl       :h 

Clow  A  B  Durant    School,  rea  57J  Caledonia 

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Coady  Richard  E,  letter  carrier,  res  566  Twenty-fourth 
Coakley  Alice  Miss,  res  356  Seventh 
Coakley  Daniel,  laborer,  res  828  Fifteenth 
Coakley  Ellen  Miss,  res  616  Seventeenth 
Coakley  James,  butcher  M  M  Samson,  res  616    Seventeenth 
Coakley  Michael,   butcher   M  M    Samson,    res  616   Seven- 
teenth 
Coal  Consumers'  Association  of   Oakland, 'John  Feam  pres, 
D  P  Gray  vice-pres,  M  D  Chamberlain  mgr,  960  Broad- 
way 
Coan  Thomas,  hostler  Dexter  Stables,  res  same 
Coates  Ed  J,  grocery,  NW  cor  Adeline  and  Fourteenth,  res 

same 
Coates  John  D,  nailer  Pacific  Iron    and    Nail   Co,    res  461 

Ninth 
Coates  Lillian  Miss,  student,  res  916  Center 
Coates  Mary  R  Mrs,  res  916  Center 
Coates  Thomas,  repairer  S  P  Co,  res  824  Union 
Coates  William,  conductor  Pullman  Palace  Car  Co,  res   561 

Twenty-fifth 
Coates  Wm  Jr,  engineer,  res  561  Twenty-fifth 
Coates  W  S,  rigger  S  P  Co 

Coats  George,  hostler  Dashaway  Stables,  res  370  Eleventh 
Cobalt  Edward,  employe  Columbus  Buggy  Co,  S  F,  res  767 

Thirteenth 
Cobb  Henry,  student,  res  1365  Fifteenth 
Cobb  Isabella    Mrs,    teacher    California    College,    res    1756 

Ninth  ave 
Cobb  Joseph,  longshoreman,  res  1365  Fifteenth 
Cobb  Louis  H,  carpenter  S  P  Co,  res  966  Center 
Cobb  Rufus  S,  watchman  S  P  Co,  res  966  Center 
Cobbledick  James,  traveling  salesman,  res  177  E  Twelfth 
Cobbledick  James  H,  decorator,  res  177  E  Twelfth 
Cobbledick  LN,  clerk  Whittier,    Fuller    &    Co,    res   177    E 

Twelfth 
Cobbledick  Mary  Miss,  res  177  E  Twelfth 
Cobbledick  Wm  H,  salesman  res  177  E  Twelfth 
Cobelt  Adolph,  tanner,  res  809  E  Sixteenth 
Coburn  Asa  H  C,  laborer,  res  1122  Wood 
Coburn  Frank  M,  laborer,  res  1122  Wood 
Coburn  John  C,  clerk  Judson  C  Coburn,  res    Park    ave    nr 

Halleck,  Emeryville 
Coburn  Judson  C,  stationer,    postmaster    and    express    agt, 

Park  ave  nr  Halleck,  Emeryville,  res  same 
Coburn  Louis  H,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  1122  Wood 
Coburn  Nahum,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  1122  Wood 


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UJ  Coburn  Shepard  S,  frame  maker  Whittier,  Fuller  &  Co,  res 
Z  11  2 2  Wood 

burn  S  M  Mrs,  rea  822  E  Fifteenth 
burn  William  J.  res  Park  ave  nr  Halleck.  Emeryville 
Cochran  Alice  E  Miss,  rea  565  Sixteenth 
Cochran  John  T.  commercial    traveler,  S    F,  res    565    Six- 
nth 
X  <  Cockrill  Ben,  rea  522  Tenth 
|-  O  Cockrill  Cristopher  C,  capitalist,  res  522  Tenth 
M-krill  Grace  Miss,  rea  "22  Tenth 
krofl  Irving  R,  employe  California  Sugar    Refiners,    res 

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ckrofl  Louia  F,    passenger   agt   Oceanic    Steamship    Co, 

SF    rea  Prospect  Height- 
le  W  E,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
.     n  L  II  Mrs,  res  539  Thirty-sixth 
>rge,  laborer,  rea  225  Third 

^>dy  John,  horse  trainer,  res  225  Third 
Ada  Miss,  rea  371  Tenth 
John  T,  collector.  021  Broadway,  res  514  Fifteenth 
Hilho  Ellen  Mrs.  domestic,  res  656  Sixth 
el  po  Joseph,  lahorerS  P  Co 
David  N, clerk  custom-,  s  F.  rea  1124 Chestnut 
Michael  II.  dry  goods  and  clothing,  962 Washington, 
PHI  Fourteenth 

^j    I  Catherine  Mrs,  rea  625  Chestnut 

S  William  J, printer  Oakland  T  rea  916 Henry 

•    \lhcrt  F.  Btock  broker,  S  F,  rea  918  Sixteenth 
tlin  Elizabeth  Mrs,  widow,  rea  \-^~  Harrison 
'•iii  Dollie  M  L387  Harrison 

^  fin  Kate  M  1387  Harrison 

^1    Coffin  Oliver*  »r  Report,  8F,  rea  1063  Poplar 

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Mi  Ban  Pablo  av<  I  orty-fifth 

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Cohen  Gertrude  Miss,  res  929  Poplar 

Cohen  Henry,  barber,  1781  Seventh,  res Fifth 

Cohen  Isaac,  clerk  S  S  Cohen,  res  1743  Adeline 
Cohen  Isidore,  glazier,  S  F,  res  510  Sixth 
Cohen  J,  employe  Judson  Manufacturing  Co,  res  Park  Ex- 
change Hotel 
Cohen  Jacob  E,  traveling  salesman,  S  F,  res  224  Twelfth 
Cohen  James  E,  blacksmith  R  R    shops,  res    815    Twenty- 
second 
Cohen  Julia  Miss,  res  1743  Adeline 
Cohen  Kittie   Miss,   saleswoman    Wonder   Millinery   Store, 

res  224  Twelfth 
Cohen  Meyer,  clerk  J  G  Brugeire,  res  224  Twelfth 

Cohen  Mike,  barber  Hy  Cohen,  res Willow 

Cohen  Sarah  Miss,  saleswoman    Wonder    Millinery    Store, 

res  224  Twelfth 
Cohen  Simon,  peddler,  res  700  Franklin 
Cohen  Simon  S,  grocer,  1743  Adeline,  res  same 
Cohen  William,  res  860  Alice 
Cohn  Abraham,  tailor,  259  B,  res  same 
Cohn  Abraham  Mrs,  fancy  goods,  259  B,  res  same 
Cohn  Arthur,  salesman,  res  531  Ninth 
Cohn  Louis,  peddler,  res  205  Second 
Cohn  M  J,  butcher,  res  613  Fifth 
Cohn  Morris,  peddler,  res  517  Third 
Cohn  M  &  Co  (M  Cohn    and  M  Lissner)   loan   office,  1162 

Broadway 
Cohn  Meyer  (M  Cohn  &  Co)  res  1479  San  Pablo  ave 
Cohn  Samuel  A,  peddler,  res  516  Fifth 
Coin  Albert  R,  carriage  blacksmith,  res  1370  Broadway 
COIN  CECILE   MBS,  laundress,    1370    Broadway, 

res  same 
Coin  Raymond,  French  Laundry,  1370  Broadway,  res  same 
Coit  Griffith  (Coit,  Barton  &    Covvles,  S    F)    cor    Broadway 

and  Booth 
Coit  Hamilton,  -  ardware,  S  F,  res  1885  Telegraph  ave 
Colas  Annie  Mrs,  res  Dalton  ave  nr  Green,  Stock  Yards 
Colas  Eugene,  laborer,  res  Dalton  ave  nr  Green,  Stock  Yards 
Colbert  Elizabeth  A  Miss,  res  678  Twenty-seventh 
Colbert  Hannah  Mrs,  widow,  res  678  Twenty-seventh 
Colbert  John  F,  printer  Evening   Tribune,  res  678  Twenty- 
seventh 
Colburn  Anna  W  Mrs,  res  1769  Seward 
Colburn  Frederick,  gardener,  res  Vernal  ave,  Piedmont 
Colburn  George,  car  repairer  S  P  Co,  res  1725  Thirteenth 
Colburn  George  C,  car  repairer  S  P  Co,  res  1721+  Chase 

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Col  bin  11  Jacob  S,  clerk,  S  F,  res  1762  Seward 

Colburn  Maria  S  Mrs.  widow,  res  1709  Seward 

Colby  Amasa  D,  farmer,  res  w  s  Claremont  ave  nr  College 

Colby  Eugene,  student  High  School,  res  131")  Twelfth   ave 

Colby  Flora  I  Miss,  dressmaker,  res  483  Twenty-fifth 

Iby  Fram-c-  A  Miss,  dressmaker,  res  483  Twenty-fifth 
Colby  II  H,  postmaster  Brooklyn  Station,  propr   East  Oak- 
land and  San   Francisco   Express,  agt   Wells,  Fargo   & 
Co  and  Western  Union   Telegraph   Co,  cor   Thirteenth 
ave  and  E  Twelfth,  res  1315  Twelfth  ave 
Colby  Julia  E  Miss,  principal  Clawson  School,  res  733  Bush, 

S  F 
ColdweU  Charles  W.  carpenter,    res    Twenty-second  ave  nr 

Twentieth 
Cole  A,  carpenter  W  T  Veitch 
Cole  Bessie  Miss,  res  1545  Webster 
Cole  C  H,  patrolman,  res  The  Olive 
Cole  Charles  D,  chiropodist,  res  826  Twenty-ninth 
Cole  Charles  F,  advertising  agt,  S  F,  res  1352  Brush 
Cole  E  F  Mrs,  res  cor  Fourteenth  ave  and  E  Twenty-fourth 
Cole  F  G  (Aldrich  A:  Cole)  res  Alameda 
Cole  (t race  H,  res  906  Broadway 
Cole  II  A,  manager  and    secretary    Oakland  Rubber  Stamp 

Cole  Harry  X.  agt  Oakland  Home  Insurance  Co,  906  Broad- 
way 

le  Henry  M.  engineer,  rea  572  Twelfth 
Col,-  II  W  Mrs,  res  906  Broadway 

le  Kate  E  Mi  —  ,  artist,  res  572  Twelfth 
Col,-  L  c.  res  1545  Webster 
Cole  Lillie  C  Mrs,  teacher,  res  ">72  Twelfth 
Cole  Mary  A  Mi*.-,  re-  1777  Tenth  ave 

Col.-  OraMiss,  waitress  W  C  T  U  Restaurant,  res  1003  Clay 

Elector  E  Dr,  r<  b  572  Twelfth 
Cole  8chool,  J  P  Garlick  principal,   Tenth   bet    Union  and 
1  'oplar 
;»•  Win  II.  carpenter,  res  359  Tenth 
Col-  i  I  !      onductor  8  P  Co,  res  263  Twelfth 

rove  M  t  Mrs,  res  263  Twelfth 

Coleman  Block,  Mrs   .1    8    Dallas  propr,   furnished   rooms, 
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Coleman    Ham,    new    and    Becond-hand   furniture,    U6-18 
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Coleman  John  L,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  820  Myrtle 

Coleman  John  W,  supt  N  P  C  R  R,  S  F,  res  754  Eighth 

Coleman  Levi  B,  painter,  res  618  E  Twenty- second 

Coleman  Patrick,  laborer,  res  1018  Fifth 

Coleman  Rosa  Mrs,  res  460  Third 

Coleman  Wm  D,  compositor  Times,  res  875  Washington 

Colestock  Tom  D,  student  Depue  &  Aydelotte's  Business 
College,  res  2124  Elm 

Coley  Hilan,  compositor  Morning  Times 

Colfen  John,  lumberman  E  M  Derby  &  Co,  res  780  Six- 
teenth ave 

Colgett  John,  gardener,  res  1011  Fourteenth 

Colin  Benoit,  trunks  and  valises,  1016  Broadway,  res  cor 
Perry  and  Prospect 

College  Hall,  NE  cor  Twelfth  and  Harrison 

Collesa  Joseph,  employe  California  Jute  Mills 

Collet  Robert,  gardener  Geo  E  Grant,  1303  Third  ave 

Collier  Augustus,  teamster  Standard  Oil  Co,  1066  E  Twenty- 
Second 

Collier  Charles,  porter  Pullman  Palace  Car  Co,  res  914 
Twenty-sixth  ave 

Collier  John,  carpenter,  res  151  Second 

Collier  John  H,  mining,  res  1912  Telegraph  ave 

Collier  Maggie  Miss,  res  151  Second 

Collier  Maria  Mrs,  widow7,  res  151  Second 

Collier  John,  employe  S  P  Co,  res  410  Tenth 

Colling  Emma  Mrs,  res  715  Fourth 

Colling  Simeon  C,  electric  bell  mfr,  res  715  Fourth 

Collingridge  Mary  A  Mrs,  res  362  E  Fifteenth 

Collins  Albert  F,  blind  maker  California  Door  Co,  res  1408 
Ninth 

Collins  Alice  R  Miss,  res  871  Filbert 

Collins  Anna  Mrs,  finisher  California  Hosiery  Co,  res  811 
Twelfth 

Collins  Benjamin,  res  852  Alice 

Collins  Birdie  Miss,  res  871  Filbert 

Collins  Con  W,  engineer  S  P  Co,  res  861  Chester 

COLLINS  D  EDWARD,  secretary  Mountain  View 
Cemetery,  res  NE  cor  Harrison  and  Seventeenth 

Collins  Edward  L,  law  student,  res  935  Campbell 

Collins  Ellen  Miss,  res  839  Eighteenth 

Collins  Eugene  A,  expressman,  res  980  Thirty-sixth 

Collins  Frank,  painter,  res  626  Third 

Collins  Geo,  porter  J  J  Hanifin  &  Co,  res  Seventh  and 
Broadway 

Collins  Geo  H  (Higgins  &  Collins,  S  F)  res  526  Tenth 


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Collins  H,  sawver  Eagle  Box  Manufacturing  Co,  res  712 
Fifth 

Collins  Honorah  Mrs,  res  839  Eighteenth 

Collins  Henry  D,  laborer,  res  167  Eighth 

Collins  Henry  M,  groceries  and  hardware,  1766  Seventh,  res 
1823  Eighth 

Collins  James,  laborer  S  P. Co,  res  701  Campbell 

Collins  James,  bridge  builder,  res  416  Fifth 

Collins  Jerry,  employe   S   P  Co,  res  1664  Pacific 

Collins  John,  baker  Flake  Bakery,  res  687  Twenty-sixth 

Collins  John,  teamster  Fred  Schenlen,  res  cor  Twentieth 
ave  and  E  Fourteenth 

Tollins  John  C,  printer  Chronicle,  S  F,  res  666  Twenty- 
ninth 

Collins  John  H,  switchman's  P  Co,  res  701  Campbell 

Collins  Julia  Mrs,  widow,  res  167  Eighth 

Collins  Kate  Miss,  res  666  Twenty-ninth 

Collin  a  Lizzie  Miss,  dressmaker,  res  701  Campbell 

Collins  Lottie  Miss,  res  526  Tenth 

Collins  Lyman  P,  machinist,  res  935  Campbell 

Collins  Mary  E  Miss,  bookkeeper  Hv  M  Collins,  res  1823 
Short 

Collins  Mary  F  Miss,  dressmaker,  res  167  Eighth 

Collins  Michael,  res  1007^  E  Fourteenth 

Collin^  M  J,  bookkeeper  JAS  A  JOYCE,  res  972 
\  enth 

Collins  Nellie  M  Miss,  operator  Western  Union,  res  1661 
Sixteenth 

Collins  Nicholas  J,  clerk  Custom  House,  S  F,  res  587  Twen- 
ty-fifth 

Colli ns  Owen,  shoemaker  Wentworth  Bool  and  Shoe  Co, 
res  L227  Sixteenth 

Collins  Patrick  II.  res  L661  sixteenth 

Colline  Patrick  M.  real  eMate  agt,  962  Seventh,  res  972 
rent  h 

Collins  Pauline  Miss,  rea  526  Tenth 

Collins  William,  res  L67  Eighth 

COLLINS  WILLIAM,  superintendent  Mountain 
Vi(  metery,  pee  -Mine 

Collins  Win  II.  student,  res  L823  short 

Collischonn  Charles,  correspondent  Belloc  A  Co,  8  1\  res 
^  1 7  Jackson 

Collischonn  Franz,  bookkeeper,  rea  817  Jackson 

Collischonn  Otto,  draughtsman,  res  817  Jackson 

Collischonn  Philip,  student  medical  department  University 
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Collison  Ben,  oiler  S  P  Co 

Collver  Charles  W,  carpenter,  res  1728  Twelfth 

Collyer  David  M,  engineer  S  P  Co,  res  1728  Twelfth 

Collyer.  George  F,  letter  carrier,  res  1728  Twelfth 

Collyer  Jacob,  carpenter  C  P  Co,  res  1728  Twelfth 

Colman  E,  salesman  H  Davis,  res  421  Sixth 

Colman  E  &  Co  (H  Davis)  furniture,  477  Twelfth 

Colman  George,  weaver,  res  Geischen  House 

Colman  Herman,  salesman  Julius  Colman,  res  414  Sixth 

Colman  Johanna  T  Miss,  res  780  Sixteenth  ave 

Colman  John,  turner  Pacific  Coast  Planing    Mills,    res  826 

Castro 
Colman  Julius,  furniture,  469-471  Broadway,  res  same 
Colomb  Jules,  wood  carver  J  McBride,  res  S  F 
Colson  C,  laborer  Alameda  Macadamizing  Co's  quarry 
Colson  E,  laborer  Alameda  Macadamizing  Co's    quarry,  res 

same 
Colson  Edward,  fireman  OCR  Co,  res  856  Nineteenth 
Colson  Edward  F,    fireman    Oakland    Cable    Co,    res    856? 

Nineteenth 
Colson  Gustavus,  blacksmith  Alameda    Macadamizing  Co's 

quarry,  res  same 
Colson  M  F  Mrs,  res  1116  Ninth  ave 
Colson  William,  employe  Phoenix  Foundry 
Columbia  Rowing  Club,  Howard  H   Shinn    pres,   Wm    Mc- 

Pherson  sec,  foot  of  Alice 
Columbus    Buggie    Co,    Branch,    W  C    Glenn     mgr,    406 

Twelfth 
COLVILLE  FRANK  C  (Elliott    &    Colville)    res 

1503  Seventh  ave 
Colvill  S  M  Mrs,  res  1503  Seventh  ave 
COXjVIN  C  Xj,  attorney-at-law,    854|    Broadway,    res 

624  E  Twenty-second 
Colvin  F  M,  res  655  Thirty-third 
COLVIN  K  S,    law   stenographer,  and  (Fitzgerald  & 

Colvin)  921  Broadway,  room  5,    res  same 
Colwell  Lillie  A  Miss,  res  610  E  Eighteenth 
Colwell  Ralph  L,  res  610  E  Eighteenth 
Colwell  S  A  Mrs,  res  610  East 
Comalus  Peter,  teamster  Remillard  Brick  Co 
Comas  M,  res  1552  Third 

Comber  James,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  1614  Eighth 
COMBS  ANGUS    W,    manager   Oakland    Branch 

Western  Granite  and   Marble   Works,    res    2507   Pied- 
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Combs  John  A,  stone  cutter  Western   Granite  and    Marble 

Co,  res  Mather  bet  Piedmont  ave  and  Howe 
Combey  James,  inspector  S  P  Co,  res  1614  Eighth 
Comer  T,  laborer  Alameda  Macadamizing  Co's    quarry,  res 

same 
Comerford  Annie  G  Miss,  domestic,  1680  Webster 
Comerford  Elizabeth  Miss,  dressmaker,  res  811  Seventeenth 
Comerford  Sarah  Mrs,  res  811  Seventeenth 
Comerford  Vincent,  carpenter,  res  511  Twenty-fourth 
Commercial  Insurance  Co  of  California,  B  B  Laton  agt,  468 

Ninth 

COMMERCIAL  RESTAURANT,  J  Souffrane 

proprietor,  473  Eleventh 
Commercial  Union  Assurance  Co  of  London,  J  H  Troy  agt, 

457  Ninth 
Commercial  Union  Hotel,  D  Burns  propr,  Park  ave  Station, 

Emeryville 
Comming  Wm  Henry,   physician  and   surgeon,  res   Merrill 

Hotel 
Commins  Randolph,  wood,  coal,  hay  and  grain,  1302  Broad- 
way, res  1155  Madison 
Comozzi  Charles,  laundrvman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Comozzi  Joseph,  employe  California  Jute  Mills 
Comozzi  Peter,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Comozzi  Teresa,  employe  California  Jute  Mills 
Companie  General  Transatlantique,  Geo  A  Seaman   agent, 

in;:;  Broadway 
Company  A,  Fifth  Regiment  N  G  C,  armory  Cavalry  Hall. 

106  1  Washington 
Company  C,  Third  Regiment  Infantry,  N  (i  C,  armory  Sim- 
mons Hall 
Company  F,  Fifth  Regiment,  N  G^C,  armory  Cavalry  Hall 
L064  Washington 
tnptorj  Belle  Mi-,  res  L460  Twelfth 

tnpton   Elleq  Mrs,  widow,  res   1-160  Twelfth 

<  lompton  ( I  Mi  —  ,  rea  Beulah  Park 

Compton  Henry  T,  a— t    engineer    Harbor   Commissioners, 

hester 
Compton  H  N,  carriage  maker,  rea  Beulah  Park 

mpton  Nellie  Mi-,  n  -  l  160  Twelfth 
Compton  Thomas,  clerk,  8  P.  rea  l  160  Twelfth 
Compton  William  P>.  clerk,  S  P.  rea  L460  Twelfth 
Comstock  A  \'.  miner,  rea  N  Temescal 
Comstock  Charlea  C,  bridge    inspector   B    P   Co,  rea    L030 

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Comstock  George  M  (Stewart  &  Com  stock)  res  1030  Peralta 
Comstock  H  G,  train  dispatcher  S  P  Co,  res  950   Filbert 

Comstock  J,  carpenter  W  T  Veitch 

Comstock  Mark  H,  foreman  S  P  Co,  res  1501f  Eighth 

Comstock  M  E    Mrs,  saleslady    Taft    &   Pennoyei,  res    317 

Fourteenth 
Comstock  0  P  Jr,  carpenter,  res  1463  Broadway 
Comstock  Thomas,  carpenter,  res  1463  Broadway 
Conant  Z  Mrs,  widow,  res  922  Center 
Conaway  M  L  Mrs,  res  Winsor  Hotel 
Conboy  Mary  G   Mrs,   res    950    Twenty-second  bet  Filbert 

and  Myrtle 
Concannon  Thomas,  res  n  s  Forty-sixth  nr  Grove 

CONCOBDIA  FIRE  INSURANCE  CO  (of 

Milwaukee)  Harmon  &   Sears,  H  Griffin's  Agency,  958 

Broadway 
Condell  W  N,  wood  worker  Oakland  Carriage  Co,  res  Rand- 

lett  House 
Condron  Delia  Mrs,  res  1006  Sixteenth 
Condron  Jane  Mrs,  res  w  s    Telegraph    ave,    fourth    house 

from  Forty-second 
Cone  James  E,  blacksmith  S  P  Co,  res  815  Twenty-second 
Cone  John,  blacksmith  helper  R  R  shops,  res  1715  Atlantic 
Cone  John  Jr,  employe  Coleman  &  Wattles,  S   F,  res   1715 

Atlantic 
Cone  Mamie  Miss,  tailoress,  res  1715  Atlantic 
Congdon  Ernest  N,  agent  S  F  Chronicle,  res  815  Webster 
Conger  Benjamin  S,  pattern  maker,  S  F,  res  1062  Kirkham 
Conger  Benjamin  T,  printer,  S  F,  res  1062  Kirkham 
Congregational     Association    of     Christian    Chinese,    323 

Eighth 
Congregation  Beth  Jacob 

Conklin  Frank  G,  glove  mfr,  S  F,  res  1326  Fourth  ave 
Conklin  Henry  L,  res  818  Sixteenth 
Conklin  Henry  L  Jr,  clerk,  res  818  Sixteenth 
Conlan  James  E,  plumber,  res  809  Twenty-second 
Conlan  Lizzie  Miss,  res  809  Twenty-second 
Conlan  Mary  Miss,  res  809  Twenty-second 
Conley  Dennis,  hostler  Peter  Pumyea,  res  216  Eighth 
Conley  John,  plaster  decorations,  375  Twelfth,  res  same 
Conlin  Elizabeth  Mrs,  widow,  res  809  Twenty-second 
Conlin  Lizzie,    employe    California    Hosiery    Co,    res    809 

Twenty-second 
Conlin  Mollie  Miss,  res  809  Twenty-second 
Conlon  Annie  Mrs,  res  831  Magnolia 
Conlon  Henry,  machinist,  res  1677  Taylor 


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Conlon  Eloberl  A,  moulder,  S  F,  res  1677  Taylor 

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SURANCE CO,  H  B  Sears  Jr  agent,  958  Broad- 
way 
Conneally  Jeremiah,  tailor  Brown    &    McKinnon,  res  175-j 

Telegraph  ave 
Connell    John,    ofiicer    steamer    Queen    of  Pacific,  res  1269 

Twelfth 
Connell  John,  upholsterer  F  Rading,  res  527  Seventh 
Connell  James,  plumber,    904  Washington,  res  Twenty-sec- 
ond nr  San  Pablo  ave 
>nnell  Margaret  Miss,  res  1269  Twelfth 
Connell  Mary  Mrs,  res  1269  Twelfth 
Connell  May  Miss,  milliner,  res  1269  Twelfth 
Connell  K<>se  Mi>s,res  1269  Twelfth 
Connell  Robert,  carpenter,  res  1001  Franklin 
Council  Win  .1.  instructor  California  Military  Academy,  res 

same 
Connellan  Lawrence  C,  laborer  SP  Co,  res  1662  Pacific 

rmelley  Dennis,  hostler  P  Pumyea,  res  216  Eighth 
Connelly  David  F.  res  1711  San  Pablo  ave 
Connelly  John,  employe  Pacific   Iron   and   Xail  Works,  res 

177*1   William 
Connelly  Joseph,  -indent,  res  L622  Union 
Connelly  Julia  Mrs,  toidow,  res  1714  San  Pablo  ave 
nnelly  Mary  Mrs,  rea  177 1  William 
mnelly  Michael,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  1622  Union 
tinelly  Michael,  yardman  S  P  Co,  res  1771  William 

l  'mindly   Nellie   M  rs,   rea  1  806  ( Jrove 

Connelly  P,  machinist  8  1*  Co,  rea  L679  Atlantic 

a  nelly  Patrick,  Laborer,  rea  1806  Grove 
Connelly  Patri  k.  laborer,  pea  Charter  Oak  Hotel 
Connelly  Patrick,  Laborer,  re    Is  17  Seventh 
Connelly  Peter,  laborer,  rea   rear  1<h;:;i  Kirkham 
1      inelly  Minnie  M  rs,  1 1  -  L679  Atlantic 
( lonnel)   1 1         Laborer,  rea  ( Oakland  1  Louse 

Inn  Miss,  rea  L819  Twelfth 
CONNER  DANIEL  M,  attorney-at-law  and  courl 
commi  sioner    Alameda    County,    rooms    24-25,    951 
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Conner  Madeline  Miss,  artist,  S  F,  res  1722  Linden 

Conner  Millie  Miss,  res  1722  Linden 

Conner  Samuel,    dairyman,    res    cor    Thirteenth    ave    and 

Thirty-third 
Conner  W  B,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  1012  Cypress 
Conners  &  Federspiel  (John  Conners    and    Andrew  Feder- 

spiel)  commission  merchants  and  dealers  in  all  kinds 

of  fruit  and  produce,  467  Eleventh 
Conners  John  (Conners    &    Federspiel)  res  SE    cor  Prince 

and  Ellis 
Conners  John  E,  reporter  Tribune,  res  1115  Jackson 
Conners  John  J,  blacksmith  Robert  Gilmore,  res  1119  Third 
Conners  Margaret  E,  teacher  Cole  School,  res  1115  Jackson 
Conners  Mollie  E  Miss,  teacher   mechanical    drawing  Oak- 
land High  School,  res  1115  Jackson 
Conners  Timothy  (S  P  Co)  res  1012  Cypress 
Connerton  Catherine,  domestic,  res  1226  Fourteenth 
Connerton  Catherine  Mrs,  groceries,  1051  Wood,  res  same 
Connerton  Joseph,  driver  People's    Express  Co,  res  Wilcox 

Block 
Conness  Thomas,  cement  finisher,    res   w  s   Telegraph  ave 

nr  Forty -third 
Connolly  Annie  Miss,  domestic,  res  829  Oak 
Connolly  Emmet  A,  musician,    res    Hallett    ave    nr  Green, 

Stock  Yards 
Connolly  Francis,  laborer,  res  953  Fifth 
Connolly  John,  laborer,  res  674  Thirty-sixth 
Connolly  Martin,  millhand  California  Cotton  Mills  Co,  res 

E  Eleventh  bet  Twenty-fourth  and  Twenty-fifth  aves 
Connolly  Nicholas,    butcher,    res    Hallett    ave    cor   Green, 

Stock  Yards 
Connolly  W  G,  painter  P  N  Kuss,  res  Weber  Hotel 
Connor  Annie  Miss,  res  1319  Twelfth 
Connor  Cornelius,  laborer,  res  1062  Twenty-fourth 
Connor  J  M,  conductor,  res  Clarendon  House 
Connor  John  A,  compositor  Oakland    Enquirer,  res  Melrose 
Connor  John  W,  res  555  Twenty-first 
Connor  Lizzie  M,  res  555  Twenty-first 
Connor  Margaret  Miss,  res  Commercial,  Melrose 
Connor  Mary,  res  555  Twenty-first 
Connor  Mary  A  Mrs,  widow,  res  2104  San  Pablo  ave 
Connor  Patrick,  laborer  Judson  Mnfg  Co,  res  223  Eddie 
Connor  Thomas,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  Shell  Mound  Station 
Connor  Wm,  laborer,  res  1662  Sixteenth 
Connors  Alice  Miss,  laundress  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Connors  Annie  Miss,  laundress  Contra  Costa  Laundry 


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^  Connors  Mamie  Miss,  laundress  Contra   Costa  Laundry 
W  Connors  Mamie  Mis-,  employe  Cotton  Mills,  res  664  Twen 

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CO  Z  Conrad  Alexander,  produce,  Free  Market,  res  757  Webster 

W  <  Conrad  Aloise  Mrs,  widow,  res  757  Webster 

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Conroy ,  expressman,  res  Fnion  Hotel 

Conroy  Eugene  C  (Howard  &  Conroy)  res  cor  Seventh  and 

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Conroy  John,  employe  Pacific  Iron    and    Nail  Co,  res  1007 

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Conroy  Julia,  domestic,  res  13G4  Broadway 
Conroy  Hannah,  widow,  res   1812  West 
Conroy  Henry,  cement  sidewalk  layer,  res  1312  West 
Conry  .John,  teamster,  res  1312  West 
Considine  Edward,  butcher  L  Peres 
Considine  Patrick,  groceries  218  Sixth,  res  same 
Consolf  Manuel,  Laborer,  res  221  Second 
Continental    Fire    Insurance   Co,   Waterman,    Sayre   &    Co 

agts,  L003^  Broadway 
Continental  [nsurance  Co  of  New  York,  James  (Jumble  agt, 

469  Ninth 

CONTRA  COSTA  LAUNDRY  ASSOCI- 
ATION, Geo  II  Ilallett.  Pliny  Hartlett  ami  P  E 
Dalton,  proprietors,  office  .S(>7  Broadway,  laundry  SW 
cor  Fourteenth  and  K  irkbam 

CONTRA  COSTA  PACKING  CO,  Rice  & 
Whim  proprietors,  stalls  2,  -1  and  6,  City  Market 

Contra    Costa  Pickle  Works,  SE  cor  Webster  and  First 

Contra  <  osta  Water  Co,  Henry  Pierce  pres,  W  II  Mead 
office  158  Eighth,  yard  SWcor  First  and  Webster 

Contreries  Fred,  teamster,  pea  Lusk  ave  bet  Forty-first  and 
Forty-second 

Control         tephen,  teamster,  res  Lusk  ave  bet   Forty-first 

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CONVENT    OF    OUR    LADY     OF    THE 
SACRED  HEART,  Mother  Elizabeth  superior, 
L534  Webster 
Converse    Albert,    teamster    Maxwell    a-    Pearce,   res    L309 

Broadway 
Conv<  rse  Harry,  bookkeeper,  8  F,  res  L309  Broadway 

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Conway  M,  cleaner  S  P  Co,  res  Park  st,  Alameda 

Conway  Mary  Miss,  res  1168  Seventh 

Conway  Ollie  Miss,  laundress  Contra  Costa  Laundry 

Conway  Thomas,  gardener,  res  s  s  Birch  nr  Broadway 

Cooey  Harry,  res  Wilcox  Block 

Coogan  Mike,  res  Winthrop  House 

Cook  Austin,  miller,  res  14l8  Eleventh 

Cook  Capt  Mrs,  res  821  Washington 

Cook  Caroline  Mrs,  widow,  res  1378  Ninth 

Cook  Charles,  brakeman  S  P  Co,  res  1671  William 

Cook  Charles  J,  gripman  OCR  Co,  res  682  Twenty-fourth 

Cook  Chas  W,  clerk  Southern  California  Insurance  Co,  res 

1326  Linden 
Coogan  T  C,  atty-at-law,  S  F,  res  1217  Filbert 
Cook  Alex  J,  cattle  buyer,  res  1319  Eleventh  ave 
Cook  Alex  J,  traveling  salesman,  S  F,  res  1319  Eleventh  ave 
Cook  Alice  Miss,   dressmaker  Mrs  H  T  Caldwell,  res  766 

Twenty-first 
Cook  Amanda,  folder  Pacific  Press,  res  912  Clay 
Cook  A  R,  cattle  buyer,  res  1319  Eleventh  ave 
Cook  Cosumne  P,  artist,  S  F,  res  s  s  Forty-third,  first  house 

from  Telegraph  ave 
Cook  Edith  Miss,  res  1003  Franklin 
Cook  Edna  A,   bookkeeper  John  *Cushing  &  Son,  res  1003 

Franklin 
Cook  Edward,  laborer  California  Door  Co,  res  971  Third 
Cook  Emily,  student  Dupue&  A ydelotte's  Business  College, 

res  1222  Fourteenth 
Cook  E  P,  clerk  S  P  Co,  res  1326  Linden 
Cook  Ernest  A,  candy  mfr,  1271  San  Pablo  ave,  res  same 
Cook  F  M,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Cook  F  B,  clerk  Harrison  &  Boyce,  res  473  Twenty-fourth 
Cook  Fred  W,  machinist,  S  F,  res  766  Twenty-first 
Cook  George,  engineer  Alameda  Macadamizing  Co's  quarry, 

res  same 
Cook  George  W,  nailer  Pacific  Iron  and   Nail  Works,  res 

960  Fifth 
Cook  Charles,  stockbroker,  S  F,  res  504  Fifteenth 
Cook  George,  fireman  S  P  Co,  res  802  Wood 
Cook  George,  driver  J   H    Mount,  res    cor    Forty-fifth   and 

Telegraph  ave 
Cook  George  W,  chemist,  S  F,  res  1326  Linden 
Cook  George  W  Jr,  clerk,  S  F/res  1326  Linden 
Cook  Harriet  M  Mrs,  dressmaking,  1003  Franklin,  res  same 
Cook  Henry  A,  res  1319  Eleventh  ave 

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Cook  Ira,  clerk    Commissary    Dept.    D    S  A,  S  F,  res  1720 

Twelfth  ave 

Cook  James,  watchman  S  P  Co,  res  1630  Webb  ave,  Alameda 
H  Q  Cook  John  P,  clerk  W  W  Blow,  res  1222  Fourteenth 
Cook  John  R,  student,  res  1319  Eleventh  ave 

k  Lizzie  N  Miss,  stenographer,  S  F,  res  1222  Fourteenth 
Cook  Mary  E  Miss,  res  1319  Eleventh  ave 
C<»ok  Maud  Miss,  res  1003  Franklin 
Cook  Millie  Miss,  res  1378  Ninth 

Cook  N  B,  carpenter  Burnham-Standeford  Co,  res  Alameda 
Cook  Nellie  Miss,  teacher  Lafayette  School,  res  1326  Linden 
Cook  Oliver,  engineer  Commercial    Steam  Power  Works,  S 

F,  res  218  Seventh 
I  Cook  Peter,  printer,  res  1222  Fourteenth 
|  Cook  Robert,  machinist,  res  1659  Thirteenth 
j  Cook  Sarah  E  Mrs,  res  1512  Eighth 
|  Cook  S  M,  res  680  Tenth 
;  Cook  Susan  Miss,  res  1378  Ninth 

^Cook  Thomas  K,  clerk  Kohler  &  Chase,  res  711  Fourth 
Cook  W  F,  bartender  W  J  Ballard,  res  473  Twenty-fourth 
H»oke  Clara  Miss,  res  1769  Tenth  ave 
j  Cooke  D  D,  clerk  Charles  Baab,  res  972  Broadway 
Cooke  Frank,  real  estate,  res  503  E  Twenty-fourth 
hfl    Cooke  Frank  W,  foreman  Daily  Alta,  S  F,  res  1309  Eighth 
£ji    Cooke  Franklin,  with    John    L    Cooke,  res    Tenth    ave  cor 
Twenty-fourth 
|  Cooke  Gracie  Miss,  res  1227  Linden 

S    Cooke  Harry  A,  clerk    Anglo-Nevada   Bank,  S    F,  res  1769 
Tenth  ave 
I  Cooke  II  K  Mrs.  res  1227  Linden 
^|    Cooke  Horace  T.  rea  1769  Tenth   ave 

^U    ('""ke  John  L,  real  estate,  618  E  Eleventh,  res   1769  Tenth 
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Cooke  Robert,  Bupl  Gospel  Temperance  Home,  1161  Frank- 
ly] lin.  re-  vaine 
H^  S    mley  J,  Btadent,  res   1769  Tenth  ave 

C<  Win    II    Lev.  pastor    Golden   Gate   Congregational 

W  Church,  res  925  Thirty-sixth 

fa  Louis,  paper  hanger,  8  F.  res  1521  Eighth 
graph  ave 

m   Oool  Russell  H,  dentist,  1115  Broadway,  res  same 

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p|  rree  Luhhe  Lihrarv.  ns    1  -J(>7   Wehster 

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Cooley  Milton  Van  Horn,  hardware,  S  F,  res  581  Caledonia 


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Coolidge  Fannie  Mis-,    stenographer    and    typewriter,  S  F, 

res  695 Thirty-fourth 
Coolidge  George  H,  boiler  maker  Clark  &  Wooley.  res  Win- 

throp  House 
Coolidge  G  W,  clerk  S  F,  res  817  Franklin 
Coolidge  James  C,  res  695  Thirty-fourth 
Coolidge  Jane  Mrs,  res  809  Sixteenth 
Coolidge  Nellie,  folder  Pacific  Press,  res  809  Sixteenth 
Coolidge  Nellie  Miss,  res  809  Sixteenth 
Coon  Hannah  Mrs,  res  1157  Alice 
COON  MATTHEW  F,    wood   engraver    S    F,   res 

Twelfth  nr  Railroad  ave,  Golden  Gate 
Cooper  A  F,  mining,  res  364  E  Fifteenth 
Cooney  Thomas  B,  res  1726  Thirteenth 
Cooney  Robert,  repairer  S  P  Co,  res  811  Campbell 
Cooper  A  T,   756  Seventh 
Cooper  E  Mason,  general  supt  Wells,  Fargo  &  Co.  S   F,    res 

933  Adeline 
Cooper  E  Russell,  atty-at-law  and  notary  public  A  A  Moore, 

res  829  Grove 
Cooper  E  T,  architecht,   draughtsman,    surveyor   and    blue 

printing,  res  829  Grove 
Cooper  Frances  Miss,  res  364  E  Fifteenth 
Cooper  Frank,  saloon,  579  Third,  res  601  Third 
Cooper  Frank,  clerk  J  S  G  Gordon  &  Co,  res  1019  Fifth  ave 
Cooper  F  W,  employe  City  Brass  Works,  res  601  Third 
Cooper  George,  engineer  S  P  Co,  res  816  Campbell 
Cooper  Henry,  res  833  Market 
Cooper  Henry  Mrs,  res  833  Market 
Cooper  James,  saloon,  2301    Peralta,    and    laborer    Judson 

Manufacturing  Co,  res  2303  Peralta 
Cooper  James,  ship  carpenter  S  P  Co,  res  816  Campbell 
Cooper  John  E,  lather,  res  469  Twenty-first 
Cooper  John  H,  proof-reader  Oakland  Enquirer,  res  Berkeley 
Cooper  Joseph,    employe   Pacific   Iron    and    Nail    Co,    601 

Jefferson 
Cooper  Margaret  B  Mrs,  widow,  res  963  Oak 
Cooper  Philip,  student,  res  1019  Fifth  ave 
Cooper  R  A,  lather,  res  615  Fourth 

Cooper  Thomas,   millwright,  res  Hopkins  nr  Fruit  Vale  ave 
Cooper  Walter  A  (C  A  Scoville  &  Co)  res  813  Thirteenth 
Cooper  Win,  lumber  tallyman  S  P  Co,  res  371  Fifth 
Cooper  Wm.  boiler  maker  S  P  Co,  res  1659  William 


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Coots  John  W,  plumber  J    (J    Poorman,  res  668   Twenty- 
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Dope  Amanda  Miss,  res  859  Castro 

W.  stock  broker,  S  F,  res  1427  Filbert 

Cope  Georgie  Miss,  student,  res  L427  Filbert 
Miss,  student,  rea  1  -4  "J 7  Filbert 

Cope  John,  mill  band  California  Door  Co,  res  1806  Seventh 

Cope  W  W,  atty-at-law.  S  F,  res  1427  Filbert 

peland  Alex,  carpenter  S  P  Co,  res  618  E  Seventeenth 

Copeland  Ira  Y,  rea  688  Twenty4fourth 

Copeland  Isaac,  real  estate  conveyancer  and  assayer,  1669 
San  Pablo  aw  and  688  Twenty-fourth,  res   same 

Copenhagen  Lester,  res  374  Tenth 

COPLIN  ALANSON,  corsets,  ladies'  and  chil- 
dren's underwear.  1171  Broadway,  and  editor  and  pro- 
prietor Holiness  Evangelist)  and  pastor  Church  of 
Christ,  res  536  Thirty-firsl 

Coplin  Albeit,  stair  builder,  S  F,  res  536  Thirty-first 

Copp  Charles  W,  lather,  res  1265  Cypress 

Copp  Georgie  M  Miss,  employe  E  Book,  res  1815  Short 

Copp  Battie  J  Miss,  res  L815  Short 

(opp  II  E  Mrs,  res  1815  Shorl 

Copp  Nettie  M  Miss,  milliner  KAHN  BROS,  res  L265 
( lypress 

Coppe  Antoinette  Mrs,  n  -  866  Isabella 

1      [ueugniol  G  B,  draughtsman    Building  and  Bridge  dept 

-   1'.  rea   164  Clara 
Corberl  Anita  Miss,  student    High   School,  rea  1064  Tenth 
beit  A  L  Mrs,  res  1064  Tenth 

ie  Miss,  rea  L064  Tenth 
betl  Emma  M  iss,  res  1 63  Seventh 
Corbett  Joseph,  engineer  s  p  Co,  rea  163  Seventh 

rbetl  Katie  Miss,  rea  sl  7  Filbert 
( lorbett  Lizzie  M  iss,  rea  1 63  Seventh 

rbetl  Mary  Mi  —  ,  domestic,  rea  s17  Filbert 
bett  Sarah  Mrs",  widow,  rea  sl  7  Filbert 
belt  Wm,  laundry  man  Contra  Costra  Laundry 

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ninth 

I »  1     shoemaker  Wentworth  Boot  A  Sh< 

Jam   Miss,  domestic  Misa  M  II  Peters,  969  Grove 

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Cordan  H  Mrs,  res  368  E  Sixteenth 

Cordan  Joseph,  plumber,  res  368  E  Sixteenth 

Cordan  M  A  Miss,  res  368  E  Sixteenth 

Cordan  Theresa  Miss,  res  368  E  Sixteenth 

Cordano  Amelia  Miss,    dressmaker  Lehnig  &   Wagner,  res 

655  Myrtle 
Cordano  Antonio,  bootblack,  res  655  Myrtle 
Cordano  John,  res  First  ave  nr  Claremont  ave 
Cordano  Michael,  bootblack,  S  F,  res  655  Myrtle 
Cordano  Victorine  Miss,  res  655  Myrtle 
Cordeiro  John  S,  dairyman,  res  Vernon  ave 
Cordell  Thomas,  stock  broker,  S  F,  res  1405  Webster 
Corder  Francis  E,  tanner  Thomas  W  Corder,  res  Lorin 
Corder  James  G,   glue    and    soap   factory,    Dalton    ave    nr 

Green,  Stock  Yards,  res  same 
Corder  John,  engineer,  res  759  Grove 
CORDER  THOMAS  W,  proprietor    Stock    Yard 

Tannery,  Stock  Yards,  res  1118  Brush 
Cordes  Anna  A  Miss,  teacher  Harrison  School,  res  Alameda 
Cordes  H  C,  traveling    agt   L    Feldman  &  Co,  S  F,  res  1077 

Twelfth 
Cordes  John  J  E,  clerk  Home   Mutual    Fire    Insurance  Co, 

res  High  st,  Alameda 
Cordon  L,  carpenter  Burnham-Standeford  Co 
Cordon  T,  laborer  Alameda  Macadamizing  Co's  quarry,  res 

same 
Cordrey  Nephi,  teamster,  res  Shuey  ave 
Corkery  Annie  Miss,  dressmaker,  res  1326  Eleventh   ave 
Corkery  Dennis   J,  clerk  JAS    A    JOYCE,    res   1326 

Eleventh  ave 
Corkery  Philip,  res  814  Henry  (rear) 
Corlett  Katie  Miss,  res  951  Webster 
Corlett  Laura  Miss,  speeder  California  Cotton   Mills  Co,  res 

951  Webster 
Corlett  Mary  A  Mrs,  bakery,  951  Webster,  res  same 
Corlev    Thomas,    nurseryman,    res    old    Countv    Road    bet 

Twenty-fourth  and  Twenty-fifth  aves 
Corliss  Albert  H,  collector  History  Co,  res  265  Fifth 
Corliss  Elihu  M,  car  repairer,  res  1620  Eighth 
Corliss  Ella  Miss,  res  1620  Eighth 

Corliss  Hattie  Miss,  teacher  Prescott  School,  res  1620  Eighth 
Cornberger  Charles,  painter,  res  1008  Wood 
Corneal  Thomas  D,  res  720  Fourteenth 
Cornelius  Fred,  carpet    layer    J    J    Lerri    &    Co,   res    1  T> 4 2 

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Cornell  Charles  A.  door  maker  California  Door  Co,  res  1707 

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Cornel]  Chas  E,  cashier,  S  F,  res  1365  Thirteenth  ave 
Cornel]  Chaa  M.  contractor  and  builder,  res  561  E  Eigh- 
teenth 
Cornell  George  P,  miner,  res  2 14  Tenth 
Cornell  John,  upholsterer,  res  527  Seventh 
Cornell  Thomas,  butcher  Fred  Becker,  res  Furniss  Hotel 

i  nell.m  L  C,  cleaner  S  P  Co,  res  1662  Pacific 
Cornfield  Isaac,  peddler,  res  517  Third 

Cornish  William  C,  gardener  J  H  Thomas,  res  Fruit  Vale  ave 
Cornor  Charles  B,  boot  maker  C  W  Cornor,  res  917  Webster 
Cornor  Charles  W,  boot  and  shoe  maker,  367   Twelfth,   res 

'.'17  Webster 
Cornwall  Alice,  clerk  Land  Title  Co,  res  1369  Twenty-fourth 

ave 
Cornwall  Ambrose,  dentist,  1069  Broadway,  res  Hotel  Merritt 

rnwall  Fleet,  student,  res  Hotell  Merritt 
Cornwall  Henry  F,  boot  cutter,  res  1369  Twenty-fourth  ave 
CORNWALL  A,  dentist.   L069    Broadway,    res  Ver- 


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Corn  well  A   Mrs,  res  756  Seventh 

Cornwell  John  V,  laborer,  res  1814  Union 

Corona  Gregorio,  Laborer,  res  373  Fourth 

COBONEB,  ALAMEDA  CO,  Henry   Evere,  865 

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Corothers  Mary  Mrs,  res  s'Jl    Magnolia 
Uorreia  Antonio  F,  laborer  Smith  &   Jorgensen,  res  607   E 

Eleventh 
Corrieri  Brothers  (D,  G  and    F)    plaster   decorations,    653 
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Corrigan  James  II.  salesman,  res  818  Brush 
in  John  s.  carpenter,  res  Fruit  Vale 
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m  Arm  and,  carpenter,  S  F,  res   McKee,  Lorin 
Edward  L,  watchman  U  S  Mint,  S  F,  res  L66?  Wil- 
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Corte  Minnie  Mrs,  res  321  Fourth 
Corto  Joseph,  laborer,  res  601  Webster 
Corvenius  H  Mrs,  res  940  Filbert 
Corwin ,  engineer,  res  955  Seventh 


Corwin  Cecil,  student,  res  1512  Eighth 

Corwin  Emeline  A  Mrs,  dressmaker,  res  1512  Eighth 
||  Corwin  Everett,  engineer  S  P  Co,  res  1784  Division 
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Coryell  A  Mrs,  res  1005  Webster 

Corvell   Lottie    Miss,   printer   Tribune    Publishing    Co,  res 
*  1005  Webster 

Cosine  Joseph,  employe  California  Jute  Mills 

Cosme  Manuel,  employe  California  Jute  Mills 

Cosmopolitan  Hall,  Thos  D  Sullivan  propr,  2969  Telegraph 
ave 

Cosser  William,  nailer  Pacific  Iron  and  Nail   Co,  res   969 
Fifth 

Costa  Antone,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  1813  Taylor 

Costa  Joseph,  laborer,  res  255  Second 

Costa   Joseph,    emplove    California   Jute  Mills,  res   709   E 
Twelfth 

Costa  Joseph,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 

Costa  Joseph  Jr,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 

Costa  Manuel,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundrv 

Costa  Manuel,  res  822  E  Twelfth 

Costa  Manuel,  employe  Pacific  Iron  and  Nail  Co,  res  Sev- 
enth 

Costa  Manuel,  fireman  S  P  Co,  res  833  Ceder 

Costa  Mary,  employe  California  Jute  Mills 

Costello  Frank,  sash  maker  California  Door  Co 

Costello  James,  boiler  maker  Clark  &  Wooley,  res  S  F 

Costello  Martin  F,  Steward  Galindo  Hotel,  res  2224  Peralta 

Costello  Patrick,  brake  man  S  P  Co,  res  1355  Eighteenth 

Coster  Anthony  M,  mill  hand,  res  1676  Sixteenth 

Coster  Emanuel  R,  laborer,  res  16  Hannah 

Coster  Frank,  restaurant,  res  1676  Sixteenth 

Coster  John,  laborer,  res  152  Louisa 
I  Costigan  Augustus  B,  clerk  Costigan,  Cohen  &  Co,  S  F,  res   H  ™   ~ 

1305  Franklin 
|  Costigan  Effie  Miss,  res  1305  Franklin 
j  Costigan  James  M,  grain  broker,  S  F,  res  L305  Franklin 

Costigan  John  H,  conductor  S  P  C<»,  res  460  E  Eleventh 
j  Cotter  Julia  Mrs,  widow,  res  967  Cyress 
i  Cotter  Patrick  J,  employe  OCR  Co,  res  588  Charter 
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ttier  Emily  Mrs,  res  LI62  Union 
Cottier  Hattie  Miss,  res  116*J  Union 
Cottier  Katie  Miss, student, res  1162  Union 

ttier  Mamie  Miss,  dressmaker,  rfes  1162  Union 
Cottier   Maud   Miss,  operator  Sunset  Telephone  and  Tele- 
graph Co,  res  1 162  Union 
Cottier  \Vm  P,  inventor,  res  1162  Union 
Cottle  Fannie  E  Miss,  res  1279  Twenty-third  ave 
I  Cottle  Timothy  C,  deputy  sheriff,  res  1279  Twenty-third  ave 
Cotton    Frank    E,  foreman   California   Bridge  Co,  S   F,  res 

590  Thirty-fifth 
Cotton  I-  F,  painter,  res  714  Castro 

ttrell  Charles,  rea  1722  Linden 
Cottrell  Fred,  res  1221  Myrtle 

Cottrell  Geo,  vice-prea   Oakland  Iron   Works,  res  1722  Lin- 
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Cottrell  Barry  D,  rea  122]  Myrtle 
Cottrell  Henry,  rea  L221  Myrtle 
Coughlan  Ellen  Mrs,  rea  616  Fourth 
Coughlin  Catherine  Mrs,  rea  123  Hannah 
Coughlin  James,  employe  Pacific  Iron  and  Nail  Co,  rea  cor 
Jefferson  and  <  trove 

ighlin  .lame-,  round  house  S  P  Co.  res  Pullman  Hotel 
Coughlin  Jeremiah,  hostler  clover'-  Stable,  rea  835  Brush 
Coughlin  John,  blacksmith  S  P  Co,  rea  L519  Seventh 

ighlin  John,  painter-,  res  378  Seventh 
Coughlin  John  A.  clerk  JAMES  A  JOYCE,  rea    123 

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Coughlin  John  J.  bookkeeper  M  De  La  Montanya,  rea  Clar- 
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Coughlin  Wm,  baseball  player,  res  Clarendon  House 
<  loulter  Fanu      I      lomestic,  L212  Poplar 

lib  •   Louise  Miss,  dressmaker,  res  315  Tenth 
Counihan  John,  laborer,  rea  267  Second 

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SCHOOLS,  P  M  Fisher,  Court  House,    office  days 
Saturdays  and  Mondays 

County  Surveyor,  Geo  L  Nusbaumer,  Court  House 

County  Tax  Collector,  Court  House 

County  Treasurer,  Court  House 

Couralet  J  Miss,  laundress  Mrs  C  Coin,  res  1370  Broadwav 

Courant  Benj,  clerk  JAMES  A  JOYCE,  res  40  Sum- 
mer 

Courant  Frank,  saloon  464  Ninth,  res  1361   Tenth  nr  Web- 
ster 

Courbare  &  Buisine,  French  Laundry  1082  Fourteenth  ave 

Courelet  John,  gardener,  res  855  Alice 

Courrier  Edith,  folder  Pacific  Press,  res  1453  Broadwav 

Coursen  E  A  Mrs,  res  872  Willow 

Coursen  Florence  Miss,  res  872  Willow 

Coursen  Ida  L,  operator  Pacific  Postal   Telegraph  Cable  Co, 
res  872  Willow 

COURT    COMMISSIONER,    Alameda    county 
Daniel  M  Conner,  957  Broadway 

Court  Joseph,  boots  and  shoes,  1237  Peralta,  res  same 

Courtian  Eugene  L,  miller,  res  708  Sixth 

Courtney  Martin,  laborer  SP  Co,  res  Shell  Mound   Station 

Courtney  Wm  P,  umbrella  repairer,  1315    San    Pablo    ave. 
res  same 

Courvoisier  Fred  L,  res  550  Twentieth 

Cousins,  Arthur  H,  res  865  Campbell 

Cousins  Frank,  helper  Geo  Christ  man,  res  Second 

Covalt  A  B  insurance  S  F,  res  668  Tenth 

Covell  alCvin  H,  res  418  E  Twenty-third 

Covell  Chas  A,  plumber,  res  Franklin  Hotel 

Covell  Lulu  O  Miss,  res  418  E  Twenty-third 

Covell  Mattie  E  Miss,  student,  res  418  E  Twenty-third 

Covell  Nellie  F  Miss,  student,  res  41 S  E  Twenty-third 

Coveny  John  W,  carpenter,  res  816  Harrison 

Covert  F,  asst  DrH  E  Muller.  res  1155  Broadway 

Covert  S  H,  foreman  painter  S    P  Co.  res  1714  Seward 

Covington  Sydney,  teamster,  res  209Third 

Covington  Simeon,cook  St  Joseph'-  Academy;  res  200  Third 

Cowan  Ellen  Mrs.  res  1813  William 

Cowan  Ewing,  painter,   res  1710  Fourteenth 

Cowan  Laura  Mrs  (Cowan  &  Spencer)  res  867  Chester 


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Coward  Percy  H, bookkeeper  S  F,  and   job    printing  office, 

Masonic  Temple,  res  920  Sixth  ave 
Cowell  Charles  II.  gasfitter,  res  412  E  Sixteenth 
Cowell  Elisabeth  .1  Miss,  res  1656  Thirteenth  ave 
Cowell  John,  carpenter,  res  367  E  Eighteenth 
Cowell  Richard  (George  Hill  &  Co)  res  412  E  Sixteenth 
Cowell  Thomas,  laborer,  res  1656  Thirteenth  ave 
Cowell  Thomas  Jr,  carriage  trimmer,   res   1656  Thirteenth 

ave 
Cowen  Bell  Mrs,  nurse,  res  Clinton  House 
Cowen  Thomas,  employe  Pacific  Iron  and  Nail  Co,  res  1719 

Fourteenth 
Cow  lev  Ed,    employe    Pacific    Iron    and    Nail    Co,  res  1099 

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Cowley  Peter,  machinist,  res  638  Chestnut 
Cox  C,  printer,  res  821  Washington 

r  Fanny  M  Mrs,  res  1785  William 
Cox   G,    wood    turner    Burnham-Standeford    Co,    res    1318 
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1  ■    i  (r  Jr,  wood  turner  McManus  &  Gartner,  res  202  B 
\  Geo  G,  wood  turner,  res  204  B 

u  Mrs,  grocer,  202  B,  res  204  B 
<  i  Jr,  wood  turner,  res  204  B 
■  W.  mining  engineer,  res  Clairmount  ave 
rgiana  Miss,  res  20  1  P> 
•  \  James  W.  res  1005  Market 
x  •!  T,  carriage  depository,  S  F,  res  1023  Eighth 
•X  J  T  Mrs,  physician,  954  Broadway,  res  same 
rick  A  (McMillan  A  Cox)  res  837   Market 
ton  T,  res  557  Albion 
Thomas,  coachman,  res  L305  Webster 
i  Thomas  J,  conductor  8  PCo,  rea  B65  E  Fifteenth 
\  Walter  L,  res  821  Washington 
1     .  W'm,  wood  turner  McManus  &  Gartner,  res  204  B 
>xhead  Edith  Miss,  rea  67  I  Sixteenth 
:      9   res  674  Sixteenth 
COXHEAD    THOMAS,    physician  and  Burgeon, 
intra!  Block,  rooms  9,  L0  and   li.  res  674  Sixteenth 

[iss,  milliner,  s  l\  rea  813  Frankli  n 
l '     iel,  laborer,  rea  Winthrop  House 
Henry,  fireman  8  P  Co,  rea  813  Franklin 
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Coyne  Dennis  E,  cleaner  S  P  Co,  res  825  Chester 

Coyne  John,  blacksmith  J  Brode,  res  825  Chester 

Coyne  John,  salesman  P  Gibbons,  res  1473  Seventh 

Coyne  Michael,  repairer  S  P  Co,  res  825  Chester 

Coyne  Thomas,  teamster  Judson  Manufacturing  Co,  res 
Park  ave  nr  Horton,  Emeryville 

Cozzens  Arthur  E,  res  172  Second 

Cozzens  Frank  H,  plumber  James  Wilson,  res  172  Second 

Cozzens  J  A  Mrs,  teacher,  res  172  Second 

Crabb  Robert,  plasterer,  res  cor  E  Eleventh  and  Twenty- 
fourth  ave 

Crabtree  C  L,  asst  general  baggage  agt  S  P  Co,  S  F,  res  560 
E  Sixteenth 

Crabtree  Eunice  Mrs,  widow,  res  1653  Grove 

Crabtree  Mabel  Miss,  res  560  E  Sixteenth 

Crabtree  Thomas,  horse  shoer  Martin  Ryan,  res  San  Pablo 
ave  nr  Seventeenth 

Crach  Chas,  pants  maker  M  J  KELXEH,  res  Weber 
Hotel 

Crackels  Richard,  painter,  res  634  Valdez 

Cracker  Frank  E,  clerk  Coleman  Furniture  Co,  res  405  Ninth 

Craddock  Charles  F,  atty-at-law,  res  262  Eighth 

Craddock  Geo  W,  pressman  Oakland  Enquirer,  res  262 
Eighth 

Crafat  Louis,  laborer,  res  614  E  Sixteenth 

Craffe  Henry,  res  1052  E  Twenty-first 

Craffe  Josie  Miss,  telegraph  operatar,  res  1052  E  Twenty- 
first 

Craft  Harry  M,  clerk  Oakland  Home  Insurance  Co,  res 
1416  West 

Craft  Mabel  C  Miss,  res  1009  Tenth  ave 

Craft  N  E  (Craft  &  Russell)  res  1009  Tenth  ave 

Craft  Richard  C,  clerk  Craft  &  Russell,  res  1009  Tenth  ave 

Craft  &  Russell  (N  E  Craft  and  G  A  Russell)  groceries,  552 
E  Twelfth 

Crafts  F  N,  police  officer,  res  329  Fifth 

Crafts  F  N,  patrolman,  res  329  Fifth 

Cragin  George  A>  clerk  Washburn-Moen  Manufacturing  Co, 
S  F,  res  726  Eleventh 

Craib  Elizabeth  Mrs,  milliner,  res  Girard  House 

Craig  Albert  W,  photographer,  res  177  Eighth 

Craig  Arthur,  res  1003  Twelfth 

Craig  Dora  Miss,  res  1325  Alice 

Craig  F  William,  carpenter  S  P  Co,  res  971  Pine 

Craig  Homer  A,  insurance,  S  F,  res  1325  Alice 


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CRAIG    WILLIAM  H.    dentist,   1055   Broadway 
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Cram  Adeline  Jon  ^acher   of  elocution,   res    1513 

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Crandall  Henry  B.  carpenter  S  P  Co.  res  1    "         ncoln 

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Crandell  Harrr,  printer  Tribune  Publishing  G  "5  E 

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Crandell  Thom,  rnplove  Puget  Sound  Lumber  Co,  res 

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Crane  J  Elbert,  clerk  SI  •  teenth 

Crane  Julia  Miss  teenth 

Crane  Lauren  E.  expert  bo  th 

;ie  S  T  Mrs,  re^  1468  Gr< 

Crane  Thomas,  electrotyper  Pacific  1  leventh 

Crane  Wm  P.  machinist  S  P  Co,  res  1825  William 

Crane  Wm  W,  clerk  Union    National  Bank,  re-  17J1    Thir- 
teenth are 

Cranwell  James  J  Rev.  asst   rector  Church  of  the  Immacu- 
late Conception,  res  616  Seventh 

Cranz  Ewald.  salesman,  res  1615  Eighth 

Cranz  Ferdinand,  music  teacher,  1615  Eighth,  res  same 

Cranz  Ferdinand  Jr,  tobacco  broker,  S  F.  res  1023  Kirkham 

Crapo  Chas  \V.  res  1754  Tenth  ave 

Crapo  Wm  W,  carpenter,  res  1754  Tenth  ave 

Crase  A,  fireman  S  P  Co,  res  177 ^  Seventh 
i  Crase  James,  engineer  S  P  Co,  res   1421  Twelfth 

Crase  Lottie  Miss,  student,  res  1421  Twelfth 

Craven  A,  carpenter  W  J  Veitch  &  Bro.  res  777  Fourteenth 

Craven  Benjamin  Harrison,  searcher  of  records  Stocker  A 

Holland,  res  1271  Jackson 
1  Cravol  Jose,  laborer,  res  ls7'»  Atlantic 

Crawford    Amelia    Miss,    medical     student,    res    Crawford, 
Golden  Gate 

Crawford  Archibald,  res   San  Pablo   ave  nr  Powell.  Golden 
Gate 

Crawford  Arthur  W,  carpenter,  res  404  Fifth 

Crawford   Charles    C,   undertaker    Albert    Brown,    res 
Thirteenth 

Crawford  E  C  Miss,  res  1300  Harrison 

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Crawford  Eva  E  Miss,  res  1020  Oak 
Crawford  Ezekiel  W,  res  San  Pablo   ave  nr  Powell.  Golden 

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Crawford  F  Marion,  business  mgr  Alta   California.  S  F,  res 

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Crawford  George  H  (Crawford  &  Lodge)  SE  cor  Seventh  and 

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Crawford  Goodwin,  student,  res  Crawford,  Golden  Gate 
Crawford  John  M,  collector,  S  F,  res  1161  Center 
Crawford  John  W,  carpenter,  res  Crawford,  Golden  Gate 
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Crawford  Lucv  E  Mrs,  teacher  Crawford  Training  School, 

rea  L020  Oak 
I  Crawford  Mary  A  Mrs,  res  1784  San  Pablo  ave 
Crawford  Thomas,  printer  Fonda  &  Co,  res  1521  Ninth 
Crawford  Thomas  L,  laborer,  res  1364  Tenth 
CRAWFORD   THOMAS    O,    principal    English 

and  Manual  Training  School,  res  1020  Oak 
;  Crawford  Wm,  barber,  1421  San  Pablo  ave,  res  same 
Creba  Joseph,  upholsterer  Creba  &  Fisher,  res  1728  Seward 
Crebbin  John  propr  Pacific  Restaurant  and  Oyster  House, 

469  Eleventh,  res  Willamette  House 
Creed  Wm  H,  atty-at-law,  S  F,  res  575  Hobart 
Creedon  Timothy,  painter  Wm  H  Cahill,  res  Alameda 
Creegan  K  Miss,  res  The  Olive 
Creek  Joseph,  laborer,    res   Dalton   ave   nr  Railroad    Stock 

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Crellald  C,  boiler  maker  Clark  &  Wooley 
Crellin  John,  vice-pres  Morgan  Oyster  Co,  S  F,  res  1061  Oak 
Crellin  T  Arthur,  clerk  Oakland  Home   Insurance    Co,    res 

1061  Oak 
Crellin  Thomas  (Morgan  Oyster  Co,  S  F)   res   1364   Broad- 

way 
Creapino  C   (Crespino  &  Co)    res    e   s    Telegraph    ave    nr 

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Crespino  &  Co  (C  Crespino  &  F  Cecchettini)  Central    Gar- 
den, e  s  Telegraph  ave  nr  Vernon 
Cresswell  Andrew  L,  real  estate  and   auctioneer,    S    F,    res 

1311  Eighth 
Cresswell  Wm  A,  clerk  W  &  J  Sloan,  S  F,  res  1425    Eighth 

ave 
Cresswell  Wm  P,  auctioneer,  S  F,  res  1425  Eighth  ave 
Creveling  George  W,  employe  Pacific  Iron  and  Nail  Co,  res 

662  Linden 
Crinnion  Peter,  carpenter  and  builder,  res  944  Union 
Crippfl  Hi'iirv  T.  clerk,  S  F,  res  1106  Peralta 
Crist  Elisabeth  Mrs,  res  615  Thirteenth 
Crist  George  F  (Q  P  Crist  &  Sons)  res  1053  E  Fourteenth 
Crist  Q  1    A  8ona  (Q  F,  J  A    and    R   F)    proprs   Brooklyn 

Tannery,  coi  E  Twelfth  and  Twenty-second  ave 
Criil  Julius  A  (Q  P  Crist  6  Sons)  res  1053  E  Fourteenth 
Crist   Rudolph  P(G  F  Crist  &  Sons)   res  1068  E  Fourteenth 
Crisfl  Sophie  Mrs,  widow,  res  1220  Tenth 

Crittenden  Alice,  domestic,  <'>ir>  E  Eighteenth 
Crittenden  Barley  B,  grocer,  275  E  Twelfth,  res  same 
Crittenden  Phebc  Mr-,  res  1103  E  Fifteenth 


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Croak  James,  broommaker  Industrial  Home  for    the    Adult 

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Croca  Manuel,  fireman  S  P  Co,  res  1465  Thirteenth 
Crocker  Calvin  H,  mariner,  res  1674  Eighth 
Crocker  Charles  S,  conductor  S  P  Co,  res  1065  Peralta 
Crocker  Frank  E,  auctioneer  and   salesman  Ham   Coleman, 

res  405  Ninth 
Crocker  Laura  Miss,    saleslady    KAHN    BROS,    405 

Ninth 
Crocker  Maria  C,  dressmaker,  1161  Campbell,  res  same 
Crockett  C  M  Mrs,  res  2175  E  Fourteenth 
Crockett  Emma  Miss,  res  2175  E  Fourteenth 
Crockett  George  A,  steamship  mate,  res  815  Thirteenth 
Crofoot  William  M,  sewing  machine  agt,  res   Forty-fifth    nr 

Adeline 
Croghan  Francis,  chief  engineer  steamer  Bonita,    res    1551 

Seventh 
Croley  George  H,  employe  Cackler,  S  F,  res  1815  Short 
Crompton  Elizabeth  H  Mrs,  res  Forty-fifth  nr  Salem 
Crompton  Martha  Miss,  res  cor  B  and  Adeline 
Crompton  Mary-  Miss,  res  cor  B  and  Adeline 
Crompton  Robert,  pattern  maker  Oakland  Iron  Works,   res 

cor  B  and  Hannah 
Cron  Minnie  Miss,  res  655  E  Twelfth 
Cron  Tillie  Miss,  res  955  E  Twelfth 
Cron  Wm  (Wm  Cron  &  Son)  res  955  E  Twelfth 
Cron  Wm  Jr  (Wm  Cron  &  Son)  res  517  Eighteenth 
Cron  Wm,  laborer  S  P  Co 
Cron  Wm  &  Son   (Wm   and  Wm  Jr)  proprs   Golden  Rule 

Market,  1150  Washington 
Cronan  Annie  Miss,  dressmaker,  res  561  E  Fifteenth 
Cronan  Daniel,  res  Winthrop  House 
Cronan  Ellen  Mrs,  res  561  E  Fifteenth 

Cronan  John,  farmer,  res  cor  Old  County  road  and  Mitchell 
Cronan  John,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  6224-  Henrv 
Cronan  John,  res  Winthrop  House 
Cronan  John  Jr,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  622£  Henry 
Cronin ,  driver  Contra  Costa  Laundry,  res  864  Wash- 
ington 
Cronin  Cornelius,  broommaker    Industrial  Home   for    the 

Adult  Blind,  res  same 
Cronin  Daniel,  employe  Gas  Co,  reo  670  E  Sixteenth 
Cronin  James  T,  coat  maker  M  J  KEIjIjER,  res  Ori- 
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Cronin  J,  switchman  S  P  Co,  res  1720  William 
Cronin  John,  conductor  S  P  Co,  res  1720  William 

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Cronin  Lawrence,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Cronin  Stephen  D,  sewer  contractor,    1172   Broadway,  res 

1814  Grove 
Cronin  Win  F,  cigar  maker,  1814  Grove,  res  same 
Cronkrite  John  W,  shoemaker,    1711    San    Pablo    ave,  res 

same 
Cronly  Maiia  Mrs,  res  827  Oak 
Crooker  Win,  storage,  1611  Seventh,  res  same 
Crooks  William,  hostler  Chieftain   Livery   Stables,  m»  Eu- 
reka Hotel 
Croon  John  F,  res  937  Poplar 
Cr.  pley  Simmons,  driver,  res  1936  Linden 
Cropp  David,  teamster  Remillard  Brick  Co 
Cropp  H,  employe  Electric  Light  Co,  res  572  Tenth 
Cropper  Adelaide  A  Mrs,  dressmaker,  res  1511  Brush 
Crosbie  William,  laborer,  res  Thirty-eighth  nr  West 
I  Crosby  George,  barber,  res  1054  Broadway 
Crosby  John  B,  barber  W   H  Stewart,   res   1054  Broadway 
I  Crosby  Laura  Miss,  res  534  Sycamore 
;  Crosby  M,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Crosby  Michael  G,  blacksmith  S  P  Co,  res  1715  Taylor 
Cross  A  C,  carpenter  W   T  Veitch   &   Bro,  res  314  E   Six- 
teenth 
Cross  Betsy  Mrs,  widow,  res  1724  Eighth 
Cross  Carrie  Miss,  res  903  Market 

Cross  Florence  E  Miss,  dressmaker,  res  1002  Twenty-eighth 
Cross  Ilattie  Miss,  res  1724  Eighth 
Cross  Jainea  II  Mrs,  res  903  Market 

Cross  Lillie  Mrs,  clerk  Ahrahamson  Bros,  res  Bank  Building 
Cross  Thomas  S,  bookkeeper  McMillan   &  Cox,  res   Market 
Street  Bouse 
William,  collector,  S  F,  res  1189  E  Fifteenth 
Grosser  William  J,  emplove  Pacific  Iron   and   Nail  Co,  969 
Fifth 

<  rossley  ('has,  Bhoemaker  P  W  Westlake,  res  1843  Seventh 
I  rossley  Geo  W,  carpenter,  res  1S43  Seventh 
Croisley    Harry,  millhand    California    Door   Co,   res   1843 

renth 
CrossmaD  .John,  foreman  8  P  Co,  9  P,  res  1621  Taylor 
CrostQl]  E  C  Mi  —  ,  dressmaker,  res  1260  West 

MKi  i ai ..-    .  clerk  s  P  ( Jo,  res  L260  West 
Croter  Uaxarus,  junk  dealer,  res  219  Second 
ucli  &i  rtha  Miss,  rea  L061  Seventh  ave 
Ovouoh  Elisha,  capitalist,  rea  L063  Seventh  aw 
Grouse  Minnie  Mte  .  dressmaker,  rea  380  E  Eleventh 

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Crouse  Sarah  Mrs,  res  380  E  Eleventh 

Crow  Isaac  P,  res  1320  Chestnut 

Crow  John,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  1812  Seventh 

Crow  Wm,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  1787  South 

Crow  Wm,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  1832  Seventh 

Crowell  C  E,  student,  res  1012  Jefferson 

Crowell  Geo  D,  brakeman  S  P  Co,  res  805  Webster 

Crowhurst  Ernest,  coachman  J  L  Howard,  Vernon  Heights 

Crowhurst  William,  lecturer,  res  1224£  Twenty-third  ave 

Crowley  Con,  teamster,  res  1501  Third 

CROWLEY  DANIEL  (Burtchaell  &  Crowley)  res 

670  Sycamore 
Crowley  Daniel,  res  314  Thirteenth 
Crowley  Daniel,  laborer,  res  214  Hollis 
Crowley  Daniel,  res  1517  Fifth 
CROWLEY  D  D  DR,  city    health    officer,    1103i 

Broadway,  res  Blake  House 
Crowley  Edward,  helper  V  L  Fortin,  res  Fourth 
Crowley  H,  clerk,  res  The  Olive 
Crowley  Jeremiah  C,  clerk   JAS  A  JOYCE,    res    226 

Ninth 
Crowley  John,  barber  Abe  Davis,  res  1501  Third 
Crowley  John,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  1659  Pacific 
Crowley  John  D,  laborer,  res  1517  Fifth 
Crowley  John  J,  deck  hand,  res  1517  Fifth 
Crowley  Joseph,  student,  res  1920  Linden 
Crowley  Kate,  domestic,  970  Sixteenth 
Crowley  Katie  Miss,  dressmaker,  res  1920  Linden 
Crowley  M,  res  1616  Taylor 
Crowley  Mary  J  Mrs,  res  670  Sycamore 
Crowley  Michael  J,  laborer,  res  1920  Linden 
Crowley  Minnie  Miss,  res  1920  Linden 
Crowley  Minnie  Miss,  domestic,  res  1410  Franklin 
Crowley  Thomas,  wines   and   liquors,  1453  San  Pablo  ave, 

res  1005  Franklin 
Crowley  Timothy,  cleaner  S  P  Co,  res  214  Hollis 
Crowley  Timothy  J,  propr  Eastern  Market,  1561  Broadway, 

res  1607  Brush 
Crudan  Stewart,  res  Winthrop  House 
Cruff  T  H,  mgr  Harrison  &  Boyce's  Branch  Grocery,  1143 

E  Fourteenth,  res  1520  Twenty-third  ave 
Cruft  John,  teacher  of  music,  res  667  Sixth 
Cruft  John  Jr,  musician,  res  667  Sixth 
Cruickshank  James,  driver  Eclipse  Cracker  Co,  562  Sixth 
Cruin  Nellie  T  Mrs,  missionary  (Baptist)  res  564  Fifteenth 
Crum  Casper  C,  upholsterer  S  P  Co,  res  1711  Taylor 


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Crum  J  J,  upholsterer  S  P  Co,  res  NW  cor    Seventh    and 
Washington 

Crummey  James  (Crumraey  &  Hall)  res  S  F 

Crummey  &  Hall  (James  Crummey  and  James  Hall)  whole- 
sale butchers.  Stock  Yards 

Cruse  George  C,  employe  Pacific   Iron   and  Nail  Works,  res 
513  Madison 

Cruse  Win.  foreman  S  P  Co,  res  Pullman  Hotel 

Cruz  £  Bernard  (Frank  Cruz  and   John  Bernard)   grocers, 
273  B 

Cruz  Frank  (Cruz  &  Bernard)  res  256  Harlan 

Cruz  Henry,  mariner,  res  113  Hollis 

Cruz  Henry  J  (Cruz  &  Kennedy)  res  113  Hollis 

Cruz  Joseph  B,  plumber,  res  1014  Twenty-eighth 

Cruz  Juan,  laborer  R  Franke  &  Co 

Cruz  A:  Kennedy  (Henry  Cruz  and  J  J  Kennedy)  wood  and 
coal,  hay  and  grain,  1465-1467  Eighth 

Cruz  Manuel,  laborer,  res  254  Harlan 

Cruz  Mary  F  Miss,  dressmaker,  res  113  Hollis 

Cruze  Antone,  laborer  S  PCo 

Cuddy  (Jeorge  F,  mill  hand   California   Door   Co,  res   1064 

Willow' 
Juddy  John,  printer,  S  F,  res  1064  Willow 
luddy  John  E,  printer,  res  1064  Willow 

Culhane  Edward  L,  fireman  S  P  Co,  res  758  Willow 

Culhane  E  L  Mrs,  res  1068  Kirkbam 

lulhane  James  0,  fireman  S  PCo,  res  Wesl  Oakland  House 
lullen    Alice  .1    Miss,  teacher   Kindergarten!  S  F,  res   1219 

Eleventh  ave 
lullen  Edith  M  Miss,  student,  res  1219  Eleventh  aye 
'ullen  Edward,  shoemaker,  res  L122  Kirkbam 
lullen  Edward  S,  laborer,  res  L122  Kirkbam 
'ullen  Elizabeth  R  Mrs,  res  L219  Eleventh  aye 
'ullen  Fannie  Miss,  laundress  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
'ullen  John,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  410  Tenth 
'ullen  John,  boiler  maker  S  P  Co,  res  (.'1(.»  Ali< 
lullen  Lavina  Miss,  compositor,  res  (.,<;-_>  Center 
lullen  Marian  B  Miss,  student,  res  1219  Eleventh  ave 
lullen  Michael,  capitalist,  res  L007     E  Fourteenth 
'ullen   Michael  I  ion  foreman  8  P  Co,  res  700  Twenty- 

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Cullen  8,  6 rem  an  8  P  ( lo,  res  962  <  'enter 
lullen  Thomas .  machinisl .  res  962  ( lenter 
lullen  Thomas,  engineer  8  P  Co,  res  1016  Peralta 
lullen  Wm  O,  bookkeeper  Bank  of  California,  8  F,  res  L21g 
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Culver  Charles  A,  mgr  Coon  &  Co,  S  F,res  358  E  Fourteenth 
Culver  Edwin  S,  sec  Blood  Horse  Association,  res  2117  Ad- 
eline 
Culver  0  B,  stationer,  S  F,  res  1070  Thirty-fourth 
Cuniberlich  John  (John  Curnberlich  &  Co)  res   1516  Sev- 
enth 
Cumberlich  John  0  Co  (J  Curnberlich  and  John  Matana) 

Morning  Star  Chop  House,  1516  Seventh 
Cumming  Alexander  M,  bookkeeper,  S  F,  res  cor  jHoward 

and  E  Fourteenth 
Cumming  Duncan  W,  mining,  res  1280  Eighth  ave 
Cummin'g  George  Captain,  port  warden,  cor  Howard  and  E 

Fourteenth 
Cumming  Geo  G   (Smallman  &   Cumming)  res   1253  Elev- 
enth ave 
Cumming   James    B,  carpenter   Wm    H  Weilbye,   res  245 

Louisa 
Cummings  A  A,  capitalist,  res  Blake  House 
Curnmings  Alpheus  S,  switchman  S  P  Co,  res  1870  Division 
Cummings  Anderson  P,  employe  U   S   Mint,  S   F,  res  916 

Center 
Cummings  Annie  G,  dressmaker,  res  1667  San  Pablo  ave 
Cummings  Chas,  mechanical  engineer,  res  610  E  Sixteenth 
Cummings  Edward,  landscape  gardener,  res  811    E   Four- 
teenth 
Cummings  George  W,  painter  Farwell  &  Russell,  res  S  F 
Cummings  Henry  K,  teamster,  S  F,  res  1110  Alice 
Cummings  J  B,  student,  res  1103  Filbert 
Cummings  James,  carpenter,  res  709  Twentieth 
Cummings    James    G,  gardener,  res    NE    cor    Linden    and 
Cherry 
ummings  James  H,  livery  stable,  SE  cor  Sixth  and  Alice 

res  843  Harrison 
ummings  L  W,  conductor  S  P  Co,  res  1727  Goss 
Cummings  M  A  Mrs,  res  1116  Center 
Cummings  Michael  J,  florist,  res  709  Twentieth 
CUMMINS  RANDOLPH  (Oakland  Wood,  Coal, 

Hay  and  Grain  Co)  res  1155  Madison 
Cuneen  Joseph  (Williams  &  Cunsen),  res  916  Third 
Cunha  F  J,  salesman  Mrs  I  Candid,  res  1501  Seventh 
CunnifF  Celia  Miss,  res  1117  Twentieth  ave 
Cunniff  Frances  Mrs,  res  1117  Twentieth  ave 
Cnnniff  John,  cattle  dealer,  res  1117  Twentieth  ave 
Cunniff  Joseph  R,  cattle  dealer,  res  1117  Twentieth  ave 
Cunniff  Mary  Miss,  res  1117  Twentieth  ave 
Qunniff  Minnie,  waitress  The  Arlington 


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Cunniff  Sarah,  domestic,  1033  Adeline 

Cunniff  Thomas  J,  carpenter,  res  1117  Twentieth  ave 

Cunningham  Barney,    laborer  Judson    Manufacturing  Co, 

res  Halleck  nr  railroad 
Cunningham  Barney,  employe  California   Hosiery   Co,  res 

626  Third 
Cunningham  Charles  W,  carpenter,  res   Forty-first  nr  San 

Pablo  aye 
Cunningham  Elizabeth  Mrs,  res  1400  Twelfth 
Cunningham  Elma  V  Mrs,  widow,  res  1784  San  Pablo  aye 
Cunningham  Etta,  milliner  Leroy  H  Briggs 
Cunningham  G  Mrs,  employe    California    Hosiery    Co,  res 

626  Third 
Cunningham  Geo,  nailer  Eagle  Box  and  Manufacturing  Co, 

1400  Twelfth 
Cunningham  G  Loring,  bookkeeper  Neville  &  Co,   S  F,  res 

'     479  Orchard 
Cunningham  Harry  L,  draughtsman    A    W   Pattiani  &  Co, 

res  718  Seventeenth 
Cunningham  James,  ship  carpenter  S  P  Co,  res   1510  Fifth 
Cunningham  James,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  Halleck  nr  railroad 

Emeryville 
Cunningham  James  W,  box  maker,  res  1400  Twelfth 
Cunningham   Joseph,  boiler    maker   Clark    A:    Wooley,  res 

Winthrop  House 
Cunningham  M  J  Mrs,  instructor  Domestic  Sewing  Machine 

Co,  Eighth  and  Washington 
Cunningham  Parian  R,  supt  Oakland  Planing  Mill,  res  Ade- 
line bet  Monroe  and  Sherman 
Cunningham  8  S,  teamster,  res  971  E  Fourteenth 
Cunningham  Thos,  tailor  Harris  &  Beel,  661  Magnolia 
Cunningham  Thomas,  tailor,  res  1161  Third 
Cunningham  Thos  A,  capitalist,  res  2124  Elm 
Cunningham  W  II,  salesman  Domestic  Sewing  Machine  Co, 

rea  cor  Eighth  and  Washington 
Cunningham  William,  painter  370  Twelfth,  res  316  Tenth 
Curby  C  E,  agl  Drummond  Tobacco  Co,  8  F,  res  The  Olive 
Curlev  John,  laborer,  rea  Forty-fifth  be1  GrQve  and  YV« 
Ourley  Tat  rick,  laborer,  rea  Forty-fifth  bet  Grove  and  \V<  si 
Curley  Patrick  B,  laborer,   rea  Forty-fifth   bet   Grove   and 

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Curney  John,  rea  Winthrop  House 
Curnow  Annie  Mrs,  propr   lodging  house,  BW  cor  Eleventh 

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Curnow  William  W,  salesman  Phelan  &  Fish,    res  S  W  cor 

Eleventh  and  Washington 
Curran  Barney,  laborer,  Fruit  Vale 
Curran  Edward,  res  Winthrop  House 
Curran  James,  clerk  Rose  Curran,  res  1030  Willow 
Curran  John,  farmer,  res  Fruit  Vale 
Curran  Julia  Miss  res  833  Myrtle 
Curran  Lizzie    Miss,  clerk  KAHN    BROS,   res  1030 

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Curran  Mamie  Miss,  res  1030  Willow 
Curran  Robert  A,  res  1504  Third 

Curran  Rose  Mrs,  groceries,  1030  Willow,  res  same 

Curran  Thomas,  house  mover,  res  823  Twenty-second 

Curran  Thomas,  laborer,  res  1504  Third 

Curren  R  A,  fireman  SP  Co,  res  1863  William 

Currie  Mary  A  Mrs,  matron  Crawford  School,  res  1020  Oak 

Curry  David,  tinner,  S  F,  res  13  Maple 

Curry  W  S,  night  watchman  S  P  Co 

Curtice  F  W,  carpenter,  res  1674  Telegraph 

Curtin  C  aniel,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  Shell  Mound  Station 

Curtin  David  J,  laborer,  res  1020  Twelfth 

Curtin  Elizabeth  Mrs,  widow,  res  e  s  Adeline  bet  Menlo  and 

Stanley 
Curtin  John  Mrs,  res  1010  Fifth 

Curtin  Michael,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  Shell  Mound  Station 
CURTIS    ANNIE    MISS,    dressmaking,    43-906 

Broadway,  res  944   Union 
Curtiss  Bertie,  res  751  Brush 

Curtis  Chas,  brakeman  S  P  Co,  res  378  E  Eleventh 
Curtis  David  T,  res  126  Ninth 
Curtis  F  H,  employe  Pacific  Iron  and  Nail  Works,    res    751 

Brush 
Curtis  Gecrge  J,  res  1208  Seventh 
Curtis  Gilbert  L,  capitalist,  res  310  E  Seventeenth 
Curtis  Henry,  printer,  S  F,  res  1316  Kirkham 
Curtis  James  M,  coal  dealer,  1220  Seventh,  res  same 
Curtis  John,  res  821  Fifteenth 
Curtis  John  Jr,  res  821  Fifteenth 
Curtis  Martha  Miss,  res  821  Fifteenth 
Curtis  Marshall  C,  res  779  Sixth 
Curtis  Murray,  peddler,  res  827  Market 
Curtis  W  B,  employe  S  P  Co,  res  1279  Julia  or  Thirtieth  ave 
Curtis  Wm  B,  paper  ruler,  S  F,  res  1316  Kirkham 
Curtis  Wm  F,  contractor  and  builder,  res  1127  Filbert 
Curtis  Winfield,  res  779  Sixth 
Curtis  W  L,  res  1202  West 


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UJ  Curtiss  II  S  Mrs,  res  B17  Eighteenth 

Z I  Curtiss  Spencer  N,  mgr  sub   book   dept  Pacific  Press  Pub- 
lishing Co,  res  817  Eighteenth 
Curtner  Mrs,      s     L0  Ninth 
Cushing  A  D,  res  561  E  Eleventh 
Cushing  Agnes  L,  student,  res  L164  Eighth 
Cushing  Allen  D,  engineers  P  Co,  res  L523  Ninth 

3s1  bookkeeper,  S  F.  res  1228  Franklin 
Cushing  Chaa  II.  sec  State  Investment  and    Insurance  Co, 
S  1  I  164  Eighth 

g  -  "hark-  s.  clerk,  S  F.  res  L669  Thirteenth 
Cushing  Edward  C,  res  56J  E  Eleventh 
Cushing  Edward  C,  engineer  S  P  Co,  res  15:23  Ninth 

Elsie  W  Miss,  res  1104  Eighth 
Cushing  Eugene  B,  res  n  s  Moss  ave,  next  to  924 
Cushing  Fred  M,  i  :  Peralta 

Cushing  Benry  I)  (John  Cushing  a;  Son)  res  1228 Franklin 

[da,  res  561  E  Eleventh 
Cushing  James  T,  teamster,  res  Hallett  ave.  Stock  Yards 
Cushing  John,  teamster,  res  S||S  Castro 

John  (John  Cushing  &  Son)  res  1228  Franklin 
CUSHING  JOHN  &  SON  (John  Henry  D  Cush- 
ing) groceries  wholesale  and  retail,  NE  cor  Ninth  and 
Washington 
Cushing  John  M,  collector  S  P  Co,  res  L669  Thirteenth 
Cushing  Lizzie  Miss,  res  1 1 1 *» 4  Eighth 
Cushing  Simeon  M,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  s,,"»  Peralta 
CUSHING  THOS  W,  clerk   New    Zealand  Insur- 
ance I  Jo,  res  l  1  64  Eighth 
Cushing  Walter  T,  fireman  S  P  Co,  n  -  B05  Peralta 
Cusick  John,  pies  and  liquors,   1717  Market,  res  same 

iter  W'm  A.  clerk  S  P  Co,  9  F.  '  Sixteenth 

Cutberth  W'm,  carpenter,  n  -  513  Tenth 
Cuthill  Alex,  machinist    Etisdon   Iron   Work.-.  S  F,  res  1325  jijjji 

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Cutler  Edwin  W,  tinsmith,  S  F.  res  13621  Eleventh 

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Cutler  Paul  D,  res  l  L0  E  Twelfth 
Cutter  B  I ».  i  ontra<  tor  and  quarti  mill  builder,  S  F.  res  97J   5 

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Cutt*  3  II.  propr  Rosa  Hou  Ninth,  res  same 

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Cuvellier  Bernard  C,  merchant,  S  F,  res  1212  Poplar 
J-  £  J  Cuvreau  E,  nursery  n  s   Merced  ave  nr  Shattuck  ave,  res 
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Cyrus  Rose  A  Miss,  music  teacher,  res  Forty-fifth  nr  Adeline   g 
Czapky  Edward  G,  laundry  man,  res  1168  Twenty-second 


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DABNET  N  R  MRS,   dressmaker,   1003i   Broad- 
way, room  11,  res  same 

Da    Costa   ,    res    E    Twentieth    bet    Twenty-first    and 

Twenty-second  aves 
Da  Costa  Mariano,  laborer,  res  1823  Taylor 
Dacota  A,  machinist  California  Cotton  Mills  Co,  res  1056  E 

Fifteenth 
Daggett   Allen   F,   tailor  A   Stein,    res   cor  Forty-first  and 
Linden 

"g  §  1  Daggett  Emeline  J  Mrs,  widow,  res  284  Eleventh 
g  tl  Daggett  Fred  E,  waiter  res  325  Eleventh 
•g  8   Daggett  Hiram  W,  res  264  E  Fifteenth 
S  §  i  Daggett  John  R  (Daggett  &  Tacher,  S  F)  res  284  Eleventh 


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DC  j  Daggett  William  A,  railway  postal  clerk,  res  1370  Franklin 

^  ©  Dagney ,  dyer,  res  1521  Market  C^ 

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3  Dahl  Albert,  apprentice,  S  F,  res  1625  Market 
>■  &  Dahl  John  P,  oiler  S  P  Co,  res  1605  West 

I  >I  Dahl  Lottie  Miss,  dressmaker,  res  1560  Eighth 
^  J*  Dahl  Theodore,  sail  maker,  S  F,  res  1625  Market 
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LU  gj  Dahlen  Theresa  Miss,  res  1508  Brush 

-^  Dahler  Valentine,  gardener,  res  Kelsey  House 

U|  Dahlgren  Carl,  artist,  res  1013  Tenth  ave 

m  2  Dahlgren  Marius  R,  artist,  864^  Broadway,  res  same 

■pi  ^  Dahlquist  John,  door  maker  California  Door  Co 

~  "*  Daigneau  C,  laborer  C  C  W  Co,  res  Lake  Temescal 
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Dale  Charles,  plumber  Alex  H  McKown 

Dale  K  K,  switchman  S  P  Co,  res  cor  Seventh  and  Wood 

Dale  W  F  J,  machinist  W  T  Garratt  &  Co,  S  F,  res  857  Myrtle  j 

Dakv  C  D,  salesman  Kennedy,  Quinlan  &  Co,  res  Clair- 
mont  House 

Daley  Ellen  Mrs,  furnished  rooms,  621^  Broadway,  res 
same 

Daley  Frank,  res  Winthrop  House 

Daley  James,  res  805  Grove 

Dall  Martha  Mrs,  widow,  res  1235  Poplar 

Dallas  James,  propr  Central  Lumber  Yard,  NE  cor  Webster 
and  Fifth,  res  same 

Dallas  J  S,  res  1103i  Broadway 

Dallas  J  S  Mrs,  propr  Coleman  Block  urfnished  rooms, 
1103^  Broadway,  res  same 

Dalldorf  Rudolph,  saloon,  S  F,  res  1052  Campbell 

Dallerup  Benjamin,  ship   carpenter  S  P  Co,  res  Temescal 

Dalton  Ada  M  Mi  —  ,  pea  949  Pine 

Dalton  Edward  C,  rea  915  Jackson 

Dalton  Frank  N  (Dalton  &  Sons)  res  667  Kirk  ham 

Dalton  Henry  X  (Dalton  A  Sons)  res  949  Pine 

Dalton  Henry  P  (Dalton  A  Sons)  res  940  Pine 

Dalton  John  T,  laiindrvnian  Contra  Laundry,  res  1215 
Kirkham 

Dalton  Michael,  porter,  S  F,  res  1014  Willow 

Dalton  Patrick  E  (Hallett,  Bartlett  £  Dalton)  res  915  Jack- 
son 

Dalton  &  Son 8  (Henry  \\  Henry  P  and  Prank  M  Dalton) 
ricultural  implements,  cor  Cedar  and  Seward 

Dalton  William,  porter,  S  F,  res  1014  Willow 

Daly ,  salesman,  pea  Fairmont  House 

Daly  Annie  Mrs,  pea  626  Third 

Daly  Chas  H,  salesman  Hawley    Bros,  8  P,  pea   L362  Third 

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■  Denis,  Laborer,  S  P  Co,  res  iTiM  Atlantic 
I  >alv  Elizabeth  V.  reg  L660  Sixteenth 
Daly  Hannah  Mrs,  groceries,  L684  Lincoln,  res  same 
I  >.ilv  James,  laborer,  pe  Twenty-second 

Dal)  Jeremiah,  laborer,  pea  N\V  cor  Fortieth  and  Telegraph 

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I  >i!\  John,  lab  >rer,  pea  L695  Eighth 

I  >al\  John,  laborer,  n     1 68  I  Lincoln 

Daly  John,  fireman  Pacific   Iron  and   Nail  Works,  pea  808 

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Dalj  John  i  K<  ane  A  I  >aly  >  pea  532  Seventeenth 

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Daly  John  B,  clerk  J  AS  A  JOYCE,  res  470  Eighth 

Daly  Lawrence,  machinist  California  Jute  Mills 

Daly  Nonie,  domestic,  1258  Grove 

Daly  Richard,  bricklayer's  tender,  res  869  Twenty-second 

Dalziel  Andrew,  tinner  Dalziel  &  Moller,  res  522  Fifteenth 

Dalziel  Alexander  S,  tinner,  res  522  Fifteenth 

Dalziel  Anster  S,  student,  res  522  Fifteenth 

Dalziel  James,  capitalist,  res  762  Fifteenth 

Dalziel  James,  student  High  School,  res  522  Fifteenth 

Dalziel  Maggie  S  Miss,  student,  res  522  Fifteenth 

DALZIEL  &   MOLLER  (Robert   Dalziel  and  Wm 

Moller)  metals,  stoves  and  ranges,  plumbers   and  gas 

fitters'  supplies,  1152  Broadway 
Dalziel  Robert  (Dalziel  &  Moller)  res  522  Fifteenth 
Dalziel  Robert  Jr,  plumber  Dalziel  &  Moller,  res  e  s  Myrtle 

bet  Twenty-sixth  and  Twenty-eighth 
Dalziel  William,  plumber  Dalziel  &  Moller,  res  522  Fifteenth 
Dalziel  Wm,  student,  res  522  Fifteenth 
Dam  Alphonzo  F,  engineer,  res  714  Market 
Dam   Cleveland    L,  sec    Board    ©f  Public    Works,   res    493 

Twenty-third 
Dam  Cyrus,  foreman  of  the  works  of  repairing  wharves,  res 

718  Market 
Dam  Fanny  Miss,  res  718  Market 
Dam  Lucy  E  Mrs,  res  493  Twenty-third 
Dam  Samuel,  res  714  Market 
Dam  William  H,  engineer,  res  718  Market 
Damas  Fred  W,  teacher,  res  765  Jackson 
DAMES  WM  W,  photographer,  911  Broadway,  res 

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Damm  Richard,  baker  Pioneer  Bakery,  res  1651  Seventh 
Damon    Edward,    cabinet    maker  C    W    Kinsey,    res    684 

Twenty-fourth 
Damon  Henry  E,  salesman  Phelan  &Fish,  res  1257  Jefferson 
Damon  Rosetta  E,  widow,  res  684  Twenty-fourth 
Dancer  Martha  Mrs,  res  512  E  Fifteenth 
Danforth  George  S,  carpenter,  res  546  Eighteenth 
Danguy  Felicite  Miss,  res  218  Fifth 
Dania  Society,  864+  Broadway 
Dania's  Hall,  864^  Broadway 
Daniel  Andre,  laborer  S  P  Co 
Daniel  Will,  butcher,  res  Weber  Hotel 

Daniels  Charles,  cigars  and  tobacco,  1730  Seventh,  res  same 
Daniels  Dan,  gardener  Wm  Woodward,  cor  Seventh  ave  and 

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Daniels  Emma  Mrs,  dressmaker,  res  High,  Melrose 

G.  H.  KRIEOHBAUM,  Dentist,  854^  BROADWAY 

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Daniels  G  B  (G  B  Daniels  &  Co)  res  Piedmont 

Daniels  G  B  &  Co  (G  B   Daniels)  stationers,  pictures  and 
picture  frames,  1153  Broadway 

Daniels  John  \V,  porter  S  P  Co,  res  1501  Seventh 

Daniels    Seth    F,  atty-at-law,  room  36,  969   Broadway,  res 
Piedmont 

Daniels  Thos  E,  employe  Pacific  Iron  and  Nail  Co,  res  Ala- 
meda 

Danielson    Betta   Miss,  domestic   J   G    Hoyt,    res    Prospect 
Heights 

Danielson   Daniel    F.  shoemaker  Aicatraz  ave  nr  Adeline, 
Lorin.  res  Bame 

Danley  W,  Smith  Hou  16  Broadway 

in  Fred  P,  photographer,  res  922  Thirty-fourth 
nnaker  Wm  A,  res  1782  Atlantic 

Danney  William,  res  361  First 

Danzin  Catrine  Mr-,  res  716  Fourth 

Da  Pao,  Pietro,  miner  PC  R  quarry,  res  same 

Darby  A  Mrs,  res  619  Eighteenth 

Darby  F  B  Mrs.  widow,  res  664  Eighteenth 

D'Arcy  Antony  M.  res  Peralta  ave  nr  Lynde 

Darcy  Jeremiah  F,  machinist,  res  234  Hannah 

Darcy  Jerry  F,  engineer  0  C  R  Co,  res  236  Hannah 

D'Arcy  Xieholas.  res  IVralta  ave  nr  Lynde 

Dargie  Annie    R    Miss,    teacher    Lincoln    School,  res   267 
Ninth 

Dargie  El  Q  Mrs,  widow,  res  267  Ninth 

D  Stewart  M.  porter  W  8  ft  0  T  Co,  res  711  Castro 

Dargie  Thomas  T,  secretary  Tribune  Publihsing  Co,  res  116S 
Jackson 

DARGIE  WILLIAM  E,  manager  Tribune  Pub- 
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ing  E  W.  agt  8  PCo,  Milpitas,  res  554  F  Sixteenth 
rling  Wm  A,  Custom  House,  8  F,  res  Blake  Sous 

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Dai  msl  idi  l:  ■-•    Mrs,  res  1 320  Peralta 

I  >  ii -u  {]  .!  I '.  barkeeper  R  Lehrbass,  i •  -  -  12  Broadway 
aaJ  W  T.  delivery  clerk  W  U  T  Co,  res  422  Twelfth 
r  Ida  Miss,  head  cook    Pacific   Press    Boarding    House, 
711  Eleventh 
Jtillman  N,  printer  Pacific  Press,  res  763  Seventeenth 

I  tarragh  Dennis,  baker  re«  61  Valley 

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Darragh  Mary  Miss,  res  61  Valley 

Darreli ,  carpenter  W  T  Veitch 

Darrell  Donald,  baker  W  A  McElhatton,  770  E  Twelfth 

Darrow  Mary  E  Mrs,  widow,  res  1156  Alice 

Dart  H  A  Mrs,  res  716  Ninth 

Dart  Kate  Miss,  res  716  Ninth 

Dart  Minnie  Miss,  res  716  Ninth 

Darvero  G,  laborer  Alameda  Macadamizing  Co's  quarry,  res 
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Dascomb  C  E,  teacher  Hopkins'  Academy,  res  same 

Dashaway  Stables,  Sackrider  &  Chisholm,  proprs,  370  Elev- 
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Daubert  Katy  Miss,  domestic, 1557  Webster 

Daud  John,  sub-foreman  S  P  Co 

DAUI  ALEXANDER  (Jones    &    Daul),    res    763 
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Daulton  Henry  C,  stock  raiser,  res  926  Magnolia 

Daulton  James  W,  student,  res  926  Magnolia 

Daulton  Maud  Miss,  student,  res  926  Magnolia 

Daulton  Naomi  G  Miss,  res  926  Magnolia 

Dauriac  F,  bookkeeper  James  Wilson,  res  619  Sixteenth 

Dauriac  Felix  L   apprentice,  res  619  Sixteenth 

Dauriac  John  J,  res  619  Sixteenth 

Davenport  Byron,  helpher  Sturm  &  Leitch,  res  1003  Center 

Davenport  Matthew,  res  1314  Franklin 

Davenport  WTilliam,  paper  dealer,  1003  Center 

Davey  Frank  T,  photographer,  S  F,  res    Golden  Gate 

Davey  Henry,  ship  steward,  res  Golden  Gate 

Davidson  Mrs,  res  Home  for  Aged  Women 

Davidson  A  J,  agent  M  J  KELLER,  1007  and    1009 
Broadway 

Davidson  Archibald  L,  carpenter,  res  1264  Webster 

Davidson  Gracie  Miss,  res  817  Twentieth 

Davidson  John,  laborer,  res  n  s  Temescal  nr  Telegraph  ave 

Davidson  James,  res  1605  Fifth 

Davidson  Joseph  N,  propr    Bay    State    Bakery,  520    Four- 
teenth, res  604  Fourteenth 

Davidson  L  Mrs,  res  666  Tenth 

Davidson  t*  A,  agt  life  insurance,  res  Nucleus  House 

Davidson  Roland  C,  upholsterer,  res  656  E  Fourteenth 

Davie  Frank    M,   bookkeeper   John    L    Davie,  res    Henry 
House 

DAVIE  JOHN  L,  wood  and  coal,  970  Washington, 
res  2158  West 

Davies  Chas  H,  wood  moulder,  S  F,  res  1214  Sixth  ave 

Davies  Eleanor  Mrs,  res  1551  Seventh 


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Davies  Hugh  N,  carpenter,  res  1568  Webster 

Davies  Jessie  Miss,  res  Tubbs  Hotel 

DAVIES  J  M  &  CO,  lessees  Tubbs  Hotel,  E  Twelfth 

bet  Fourth  and  Fifth  aves 
DAVIES  JOHN  M,  secretary  State  Board  of  Trade, 

S  F,  res  Tubbs  Hotel 
Davies  Mary  Mrs,  res  857  Myrtle 
Davies  Nellie  Miss,  dressmaker,  S  F,  res  1265  Eighth 
DAVIES  RICHARD  M,  assistant  manager  Tubbs 

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Davies  Walter  H,  dairy,  res  35  Wayne  ave,  Peralta  Heights 
Davies  Wm,  substitute  letter  carrier,  res  569  Sixth 
Davies  Wm  M,  Tubbs  Hotel  Stables,  res  Tubbs  Hotel 
Davila  Dibiano,  teamster,  res  2  Forty-fifth 
Davila  John,  cleaner  S  P  Co,  res  815  Washington 

Davis ,  res  227  Second 

Davis  A  A  Mrs,  res  604  Seventeenth 
Davis  Abraham,  barber,  834^  Broadway,  res  761  Grove 
Davis  Abraham,  fruit  peddler,  res  806  Clay 
Davis  Ada  Miss,  employe  Miss  J  Anderson,  res  512   E    Fif- 
teenth 
Davis  Adeline  J  Mrs,  widow,  res  1409  Franklin 
DAVIS  ALBERT  G,  manager  Alameda  Co  branch 

New   Zealand  Insurance  Co,   902    Broadway,    res    913 

Chester 
Davis  A  M  miner,  res  Playter  Block 
Davis  A  M  Mrs,  res  1128  E  Fourteenth 
Davis  Amanda  H  Mrs,  ladies'  nurse,  res  759  Sixteenth 
Davis  Andrew,  carpenter,  res  1228  Nineteenth  ave 
Davis  Anita  Miss,  res  913  Chester 
Davifl  Arthur,  clerk  John  L  French,  res  Golden  Gate 
Davifl  Barton  J,  printer  Tribune   Publishing  Co,  res   1833 

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Davis  B  ET, compositor  Pacific  Press,  res  715  Twelfth 
Davis  Blanch    A.    student    Dupue  &  Aydellotte's    Business 

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Davifl  Bridge!   Mrs,  COOk,  res  Vernal  ave.  Piedmont 

Davis  Oadei  El,  student,  res  (.m;;5  Center 
Davis  Charles  B,  driver  police  patrol  wagon,  res  913  Kirk- 
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1  Iharlea  B,  blind  maker  California  Door  Co,  res  666 
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Davis  Charles  R,  student,  rea  L112  Second  ave 
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Davis  Claude,  res  533  Sixteenth 

Davis  David,  clerk  Richard  Jones,  res  855  Harrison 

Davis  David,  stone  mason,  res  Golden  Gate 

Davis  David  R,  general  foreman  W  U  T  Co,  S  F,  res  1103 

Wood 
Davis  D  L,  carpenter,  res  SWcor  Eleventh  and  Washington 
Davis  E,  blacksmith  Hugh  Frazer 
Davis  E  A  Mrs,  res  1003  Clay 
Davis  Edith  Mrs,  res  686  Sycamore 
Davis  Eliza  Mrs,  res  1316  Kirkham 
Davis  Frank  A,  laborer,   res  Stock  Yards 
Davis  F  A,  bookkeeper,  res  Market  St  Block 
Davis  Frank  R,  carpenter  Pioneer  Door  Co,  res  1309  Broad- 
way 
Davis  Frank  W,  res  617  Fifteenth 
Davis  Frederick  W,  blacksmith  1054  Sixth  ave,  res  512  E 

Fifteenth 
Davis  Geo  Jr,  grocer  1241  Broadway,  res  532  Thirty-fourth 
Davis  George  A  J,  groceries  and  provisions  919  Washington, 

res  532  Thirty-fourth 
Davis  George  E,  carpenter,  res  Fruit  Vale  ave 
Davis  George  E,  teamster,  res  709  Fifth 
Davis  George  H,  clerk  First  National  Bank,  res  913  Chester 
Davis  George  V,  res  588  Charter 
Davis  George  W,  carriage  painter,  555  Frederick 
Davis  Geo  W,  groceries  and  provisions  1241  Broadwav,  res 

532  Thirty-fourth 
Davis  Grace  M  Miss,  res  1112  Second  ave 
Davis  Granville,  foreman  Wentworth  Shoe  Factory,  res  573 

Eighth 
Davis  H  (E  Colman  &  Co)  res  421-428  Sixth 
Davis  Harry  L,  salesman  Taft  &  Pennoyer,  res  Hotel  Mer- 

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Davis  Harry  W,  blacksmith  F  W  Davis,  res  512  E  Fifteenth 
Davis  Hattie  E  Miss,  res  773  Sixteenth 
Davis  H  E  Mrs,  res  718  Twelfth 

Davis  Henry  B,  machinist  S  P  Co,  res  1674  William 
Davis  &  Hill   (Wm  R  Davis  and  Wm  L  Hill)  attys-at-law 

957  Broadway,  rooms  12,  13  and  14 
Davis  Ida  B  Mrs,  widow,  res  773  Sixteenth 
Davis  Isaac,  peddler,  res  1420  Tenth 
Davis  Jacob,  clerk  E  Barnett,  res  574  Ninth 
Ravis  James,  carpenter  res  834  Cedar 
Davis  James,  farmer,  res  Claremont  ave  nr  College  ave 
Davis  James,  farmer,  res  Golden  Gate 
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Davis  James  II,  butcher  Henry  F  Gieschen,  res  1833  Grove 
Davis  Janus  L.  carpenter  S  P  Co,  res  1762  Goss 
Davis  -111.  teamster  R  Franke  &  Co 
Davis  Jennie  Mrs,  dressmaker,  res  533  Sixteenth 
H  Q  Davis  John,  ranch  owner,  res  974  Thirty-fifth 
■  Z  Davis  John,  engineer,  res  1833  Grove 

^  ^  Davis  John  P.  res  L502  W 

t  q   Pa  vis  John  J,  clerk,  res  131S  Seventh  ave 
Davis  John  R,  res  1273  Ninth  ave 
Davis  Judson  M,  real  estate,  res  1502  West 
Davis  Kate  Miss,  res  1833  Grove 
Davis  Lilian  Miss,  res  1128  E  Fourteenth 
Davis  Lillie  Miss,  r<  -  L918  Linden 
Da-.  compositor  Pacific  Press,  res  714  Eleventh 

Davis  Lncile  B,  milliner  F  M  Rood  &  Co,  res  617  Fifteenth 
Davis  L  W,  res  769  Eighth 
Davis  M  domestic,  res  58  Eighth 

^    Davis  Margarel  Mrs,  widow,  res  1918  Linden 
Davis  Mark  E,  fireman  S  P  Co,  res  1774  Division 
D  ivis  Mary  Mrs,  widow,  res  1021  Pine 
M      Davis  Mary  ()  Mrs.  res  70S  Webster 
Ir^l    Davis  Mary  V  Mrs,  ladies'  nurse,  res  1128  E  Fourteenth 
fc*    DAVIS  M    F,    proprietor    Oakland    Stables,   368-370 
^£j  Pi-nth.  res  :;»■.<;  Pi^hth,  telephone  338 

j    Davis  M  F  Mrs,  res  515  Ninth 

Davis  M  \\  .  salesman  T  II  Mount,  res  L409  Franklin 
H     I  Myrtle  Miss,  drexmaker,  n>  .":;::  Sixteenth 

^j     DavP  P  Charles,  ship  caulker,  res  (.'1">  Kirkham 

W^    Da  •■-  R     iiael  Mi--,  teacher  Bay  District  School,  res  Golden 

^%J     Davi>  Iliehard  M,  team-ter    Pu-et    Sound    Lumber    Co,  res 
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P"H    1 1  muel,  farmer,  res  I  (olden  I  ta1 

Da  auel  L,  carpenter  l  Planing  Mill,  res  Eureka 

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D  nil  M, barber,  1 317  San  Pablo  ave,  res  same 

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Davis  T  J  Mrs,  res  453  E  Eleventh 

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+s   Davis  Wm,  painter,  res  NW  cor  Third  and  Franklin 
Davis  Wm,  laborer,  res  Glaremont  ave  nr  College  ave 
Davis  Wm,  carpenter  W  T  Veitch 
Davis  Wm,  carpenter,  res  1662  Thirteenth  ave 
Davis  Wm,  wheelwright,  res  Oakland  House 
Davis  Wm,  teamster  Eastman  Paving  Co,  res  Adeline  nr  R 

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Davis  Wm,  harness  and  saddlery,  S  F,  res  1112  Second  av^ 
Davis  William  H,  salesman  C  Schreiber,  864  Washington 
Davis  William  H,  res  913  Chester 
Davis  Wm  R  (Davis  &  Hill)  res  514  Eighteenth 
Davis  WTilliam  W,  res  963  Center 
Davis  W  L,  switchman  S  P  Co,  res  Tullman  House 
Davison  Eliza  Mrs,  res  1262  Eighth 
Davison  James,  res  1605  Fifth 
Davison  Maggie  Miss,  teacher  of  music,  res  1262  Eighth 

fc$v       Davison  Wm  G,  blacksmith,  1666  Seventh,  res  1615  Seventh 

^      Davisson  Florence  Miss,  res  1662  William 
Davisson  Ira,  carpenter,  res  1455  Broadway 

^C     DAVITT  JOHN  B,  proprietor  Pioneer  Star  Bakery, 
1810  Seventh,  res  same 
Daw  James   M,  bookkeeper  JAS  A  JOYCE,  res  1161 
Eighth 

^£     Dawe  Frank,  moulder,  res  e  s  Silver  bet  Weston  and  Moss 
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Dawson  Brown  H,  res  1030  Chestnut 
Dawson  Edward,  hard  wood    lumber,    S    F,    res    Fairmont 

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Dawson  Elizabeth  A  Mrs,  widow,  res  810  Alice 

Dawson  John,    employe    California   Hosiery    Co,  res    1030 

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Dawson  Joseph  A,  res  672  E  Thirty-fourth 

Day ,  res  Smith  House,  836  Broadway 

Day  Chas  E,  foreman  Bruning  Bros,  res  Clarendon  House 

Day  Emily  Miss,  dressmaker,  res  1635  Adeline 

Day  Frank  K,  driver  Talcott's  Dairy,  res  High  opp  Prescott 

Day  Jennie  L  Mrs,  res  559  Seventeenth 

Day  John  E,  yardmaster  S  P  Co,  res  1788  Seventh 

Day  John  G,  janitor  S  F,  res  1635  Adeline 

Day  John  W,  lumber,  res  cor  Brooklyn  and  Watson  ave 

Day  Jessie  E  Mrs,  res  912  Clay 

Day  Michael,  laborer,  res  1709  Atlantic 


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Day  Samuel  J,  restaurant,  1164  Broadway,  res  same 

Day  ThosS,  res  1751  Ninth  ave 

Dayton  Ueo  L,  clerk  Wells,  Fargo    &    Co,    S   F,    res 

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Dayton  Jessie  L  Miss,  res  1364  Grove  » 

Dayton  Joseph  T,  engineer  S  P  Co,  res  1516  Eighth 
Dayton  M  B  Mrs,  res  1364  Grove 
D'Azevedo  Melania,  domestic,  res  907  Jackson 
t  O  Deacon  Arthur  P,  student,  res  n  s  Jones  nr  Grove 

Deady  Cordelia  Miss,  dressmaker,  res  600  E  Twelfth 
Deal  (/harks,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  1264  Webster  (rear) 
Deal  James  A.  laborers  P  Co,  res  1380  Broadway 
Dean  Albert  C,  bookkeeper  Log  Cabin  Bakery,  res  2075  San 

Pablo  ave 
Dean  Carrie  A,  res  853  Myrtle 
Dean  Charles  C,  res  1325  Jackson 
Dean  Elisha  B,  lumber  dealer,  S  F,  res  1219  Grove 
Dean  Emily  Mrs.  widow,  res  1325  Jackson 

^Dean  Prances  A  Miss,  res  1006  Sixteenth 
Dean  Frank,  clerk,  S  F,  res  1104  Wood 
Dean  Prank   M,  bookkeeper,  S  F,  res  Golden  Gate 
yy     Dean  (ieorge,  carpenter,  res  Forty-fourth  nr  Market 

Dtan  James  BJr  (King-Morse  Canning  Co,  S  F)   res    1325 
PK  Jackson 

mjk    Dean  J  II  rr,  barber,    1145  E    Fourteenth,    res   Seventh    nr 

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Dean  Win,  engineer  S  P  Co,  res  1055  Twelfth  ave 
W|    Dean    Win  K.  -tndent,  res  L206   Eighth 
*    I  h-an  Win  W.  engineer  S  P  Co,  res  1206  Eighth 
W^    Deane  R  M.  carpenter  W  T  Witch 

^#|     Deaner  II   V.  piano  tuner  A  Bruenn,  res  La  Clede  House 
^U    D(  arborn  Chaa  \\\  note  teller  Oakland  Bank  of  Savings,  res 
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y(C     D> arborn   Fannie  II   Mi--,  re-   14 ."»:'»  Tenth  ave 

HI  >■  arborn   (J    W,  cashier  Traveler's   Insurance  Co,  S  F,  res 
602  E  Fifteenth 
Dearborn  1<  1»  Mr-.n--  L453  Tenth  ave 
Dearing  Arthur  <i.  engineer  8  P  ('o,  res  L712  Eighth 

HDeai  Joseph,  cash  boy,  res  806  E  Twelfth 
Deas)  Jerome  Mra  (Mra  .1  Deasy  A  Co)  rea  cor  Second  ave 
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Deasy  Thos  A,  propr  Lake  Merritt  House,  E  Twelfth  opp 

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Deaty  Mary  V  Miss,  mgr  Palace  Dye  Works,  res  S  F 
De  Bell  Joseph,  watchmaker,  1685  Seventh,  res  same 
De  Boer  Frank,  cleaner  S  P  Co,  res  518  Sixth 
De  Boice  Elizabeth  Mrs,  restaurant,  555  Broadway,  res  same 
Debrun  Victor  Joseph,  employe   La  Grande   Laundry,  672 

Twenty-seventh,  res  S  F 
De    Camp    Antoine,    cigar    maker    Fibush    Bros,    res    823 

Twenty-ninth 
De  Camp  Frank,  clerk,  res  558  Third 
De  Camp  John   P,  cigars  mfg  and  retail,  467   Seventh,  res 

Brush  nr  Sixth 
De  Castro  Manuel,  employe  California  Jute  Mills 
Deceinna  John,  collector  White  House,  res  1723  Seventh 
Dechow  Carl,  saloon,  1080  Fourteenth  ave,  res  same 
Deckard  Stephen  A,  machinist,  S  F,res  1403  Seventeenth 
Decker  Delbert  P,  bookbinder  Pacific  Press,  res  1128  Myr- 
tle 
Decker  Ellis,  student,  res  1128  Myrtle 
Decker  I  L  Mrs,  widow,  res  1128  Myrtle 
De  Clara  Frank,  laborer,  res  Forty-first  bet  Grove  and  West 
De  Claybrook  William  E,  agt,  res  672  Twenty-sixth 
De  Cornbra  Manuel  A,  res  225  Second 
De  Cora  M  E,  Miss,  agt  S  P  Co,  Broadway  Station,  res  957 

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De  Costa  August,  employe  California  Jute  Mills 
De  Costa  Jesse,  employe  California  Jute  Mills 
De  Costa  Joseph  C,  employe  California  Jute  Mills 
De  Coursey  John,  builder  and  contractor,  res  768  Twenty- 
first 
De  Cumbra  Legendre,  laborer,  res  659  Alice 
Dee  Manuel,  cooper  I  Levy 

Deemer  J  F,  engineer  S  P  Co,  res  1358  Fifteenth 
Deering  Henry,  tailor  Brown  &  McKinnon,  res  1018  Broad- 
way 
De  Font  Manuel,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
De  Flores  A  Mrs,  res  Hotel  Merritt 
De  Forest  George,  mill  laborer,  res  922  Twenty-second 
De  Frees  S  Mrs,  res  n  s  Forty-sixth  bet  Grove  and  Shattuck 

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De  Fremery  Cornelius  W,  student  Hopkins  Academy 
De  Fremery  Grace  Miss,  student  University  of  California, 

res  Prospect  ave 
De  Fremery  James  L,  commission  merchant,  S  F,  res  1305 
Adeline 


G.  H.  KRIECHBAUM,  Dentist,  854^  BROADWAY 

Rooms,  16,  17,  18.  Office  Hours:  9-12  a.  m.,  and  1-5  p.  m. 


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De  Fremery  James  L  J r, physician,  res  1305  Adeline 

De  Fremery  Virginie  Miss,  res  Prospect  ave 

De   Fremery   William  C  B  (James   De  Fremery  &  Co)  res 
Prospect  ave 

<ii  Antonia  Mrs.  widow,  res  1214  Kirkham 
i  n  L  P,  mfr,  S  F,  res  1375  Sixteenth 
_ nun  Michael,  gardener  Mrs  S  B  McKee,  res  Seventh  nr 

Filbert 
jnan  Thomas,  carpenter,  res  491  Twenty-fifth 

De  Golia  Edwin  B,  insurance,  S  F,  res  550  Hobart 

DE  GOLIA   GEORGE   E^Attorney-at-law  and  No- 
tary Public,  rooms  8  to  12,  951  Broadway,  res  Harrison 
nr  Duranl 
aire  Fannie  Mrs,  res  763  Seventh 

Deguzee  C  W,  Mrs,  res  Fifth  bet  Oak  and  Madison 

De  Haven  R,  employe  Judson  Manufacturing  Co,  res  Com- 
mercial Union  Hotel 

Haven  Rodney,  laborer  Judson  Manufacturing    Co,    res 
I  [alleck  nr  Park  ave 

De  Haven  William  P,    laborer    Judson    Manufacturing   Co, 
res  Halleck  nr  Park  ave 

Deike  Fred,  propr  Union    Hotel,  cor  E  Twelfth    and  Thir- 
teenth ave 

Dieke  Gustave  II.  carpenter,  res  801  E  Twenty-first 

Dieke  Lena  Miss,  res  Union  Hotel 

Deia  John,  laborer   Philadelphia    Brewery,  S  F,  res  1061  E 
Twenty -first 

Deiss  Gottlieb,  butcher,  res  L013  Thirtieth 

Deitrick  Augustus  A,  Laborer,  res  368  Third 

Deitrick  Harry  A,  spinner  Oakland    Woolen    Mills,  res  368 
Third 

Jarley  Geo,  painter  John  Conley,  res  834  Clay 
D(  labarette  Alexander,  laborer,  res  St  Louis  Houj 
de  la  Coruillers,  A  Mrs,  typewriter  A  A  Moore, res  829  Grove 
Delahanty  John  II.  atty-al  law,  room  26,  957  Broadway,  res 

71  enteenth 

Delainey  W  1".  Btationerand  new-  dealer.  909  Seventh,  rea 

me 
I  ><    La  Matyr,  physician  and  Burgeon,  res  Mil  Jefferson 
DE  LA  MONTANYA  M,  ranges,  Btovea  and  tin- 

u arc  !»;."■  ni h,  rea  656  Sixth 

I >eian<  v  Jami  9,  laborer,  rea  I  163  Third 
Delaney  John,  employ*   S  P  Co,  rea  L670  Pacific 
Delanev  John,  labo  i  107  Thirteenth 

Delaney  Annie  R  Miss,  domestic,  rea  L028  Peralta 


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261 


Delaney  &  McCarthy  (Wm  F  Delaney  and  J  J    McCarthy), 

proprs  National  Saloon,  411  Eighth 
Delaney  William,  farmer,  res  Todd,  Lorin 
Delaney  Wm  F,  (Delaney  &  McCarthy),  res  612  Ninth 
De  Lancey  John,  shoemaker,  res  811  Sixteenth 
Delbert  Emma  Miss,  res  1523  Ninth 
Delclaux  B  J,  tailor,  472  Eighth,  res  same 
Delclaux  Louise  Mrs,  tailoress,  res  472  Eighth 
De  Leo  de  Laguna  Alex,  propr  Kelsey  House    SW  cor  Tele- 
graph ave  and  Twenty-fourth,  res  same 
De  Leo  de  Laguna  Anita  Miss,  teacher    Oakland  Free  Kin- 
dergarten, res  Kelsey  House 
De  Leo  de  Laguna  B  Miss,  res  Kelsey  House 
Le  Leo  de  Laguna,  G  Miss,  res  Kelsey  House 
De    Leo    de   Laguna    Herman,    stenographer,     res    Kelsey 
House 

De  La  de  Laguna  Wm  A,  res  Kelsey  House 

Delfino  S,  laborer,  Alameda  Macadamizing  Co's  quarry,  res 

same 
Delgado  A  Mrs,  res  665  Washington 
Delgardo  Lazgaro,  porter  Stewart,  res  1054  Broadway 
Delger  Block,  957   to  969  Broadway 

Delger  Frederick,  capitalist,  969  Broadway,  res  524   Nine- 
teenth 
Delhom  E  Mrs,  widow,  res  1416  Eleventh 
Delhom.  Rosalie  Miss,  res  1416  Eleventh 
Dellamonico  Angelo,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Delmater  M  L,  painter  Parkison  Bros,  res  1677  Fourteenth 
Delmore  Margaret  Mrs,  res  874  Peralta 
Deloge  John,  druggist  224  B,  res  same 
Delon  Julia  Mrs,  dressmaker,  res  1404  Eleventh 
Delpodio  Eugene,  moulder,  S  F,  res  959  Campbell 
De  Lucca  Salaton,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Delucchi  Ernesta  C  Miss,  res  1303  Chestnut 
Delucchi  Frances  Miss,  res  1303  Chestnut 
Deluchi  Angelo,  farmer,  res  w  s  Shattuck  ave  nr  Mono  ave 
Deluchi  Lorenzo,  farmer,  res  es  Shattuck  ave  nr  Merced  ave 
Delucki  Benjamin,  res  1620  Thirteenth 
Delucki  Louis,  res  1620  Thirteenth 
De  Manuel  G  L  H,  carpenter,  res  665  Fourth 
Demarais  Charles,  carpenter,  res  1663  Fourteenth 
DEMABS  A  A,  groceries  NE  cor  Severlth  and  Union. 

res  same 
De  Mars  Napoleon,  blacksmith,  Sixth  nr  Broadway 
Demartini  Amelia,  employe  California  Hosiery  Co,  res  709 
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Demartini  Annie,  employe   California  Hosiery   Co,  res  709 

Myrtle 
Dembke  August,  waiter,  res  St  John  House 
Demc  Augustus,  laborer,  res  866  Lydia 
r™  Q  Deme  Henry,  painter,  res  866  Lydia 
^  Z  Deme  Lottie  Miss,  dressmaker,  res  866  Lydia 
}ij  <£  Deme  Madelina  Mrs.  widow,  res  866  Lydia 

^  Demers  N,  blacksmith  410  Sixth,  res  Jefferson 
m  ^  Demidiro  Mariano,  laborer,  res  615  Madison 
J  q  Deming   A  B,  res  776  Eleventh 
■""        Deming  A  C,  printer,  res  807  Market 

CO        Demmal  James,  employe  Box  Factory,  S  F,  res   793  Wood 
W         Dei n nit z  Richard,  baker  Pioneer  Bakery,  res  1651  Seventh 
jjj       j  Demooy  Cornelia  Mr-,  res  r>-J7  Chestnut 
SS        Demooy  Samuel,  laborer  S  P  Co 

IVmorest  Alice  Mrs,  provisions  2223  Peralta,  res  same 
Demorest  David,  shoe  cutter,  S  F,  res  2223  Peralta 
Dempsey  Edward  T,  res  1463  Seventh 
Dempsey  Benry  E  (Dempsey  A:  Pitts)  res  1155  Center 
Dempsey  John,   employee  California  Hosiery  Co,  res  652 

Clay 
Dempsey  Patrick,  capitalist,  res  1463  Seventh 
Dempsey  &    Pitts  (Henry  E   Dempsey  and  James  M  Pitts) 

butchers,  L118  ( Vnter 
Denahy    Daniel,   laborer    Contra   Costa   Water   Co,    res   612 

Adeline 
Denahy  Fanny  Miss,  res  612  Adeline 
Denahy  John,  mechanic,   res  612  Adeline 
I)--  Nick  John  X.  employe  Bay  City  Mills*  res  Eureka  Hotel 

lis  J,  hostler,  re-   Weber   BoteJ 

Denison  Adna  A.   reporter   Oakland  Enquirer  and  corres- 
pondent s  p  Evening  Poett  res  Windsor  Bout 
Denison  Albert  N,  salesman  Agard  &  ("ere-  L222  Franklin 
Denison  Eli  B,  general  new-  agt  B  I*  Co,  Oakland  Pier,  res 

bth  and   Myrtle 

Denison  Benry,  clerk,  res  953  Eighth 

1  tenison  I.  Miss,  n  Eighth 

Denison  Leland  W,  clerk  Torrey,  Whitman  &  Gardiner,  res 

12  i  Pablo  ave 

Denison  Lincoln  I.,  -indent,  res  L27S  San  Pablo  ave 

Denison  M  Mrs,  propr  Avenue  Bouse,  res  1273   San    Fablo 

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■I  OMiss,  i'  -  953  Eighth 
Deni  on  0  I.  real  estate,  rea  L273  San  Paalo  ;i\«' 


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White   Cedar,  Oak,  Ash,  Spanish  Cedar,  and  Black 
Walnut  Lumber.     Burnham-Standeford  Company, 

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DENISON  O  I  &  CO  (0  I  Denison)  real  estate  and 

insurance,  loans  negotiated,  houses  rented,  472    Tenth, 

res  1273  San  Pablo  ave 
Denison  W  B,  salesman,  res  1273  San  Pablo  ave 
Dennaker  Fred,  employe  Pacific  Iron  and  Nail  Co,  res  1782 

Atlantic 
Dennan  Annie  Miss,  res  818  Twenty-first 
Dennan  John,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  818  Twenty-first 
Dennan  John  Jr.  cement  layer,  res  818  Twenty-first 
Dennehy  Daniel,  laborer,  res  612  Adeline 
Dennehy  John,  laborer,  res  612  Adeline 
Dennen  Augustus  M,  foreman  Oakland  Paving  Co,  res    833 

Willow 
Dennen  Clarence  A,  carpenter  Oakland  Paving  Co,  res    833 

Willow 
Dennen  Mary  A  Miss,  res  1786  Taylor 
Dennis  Antone  D,  cigar  mfr  and  cigars  and   tobacco,    1056 

Broadway,  res  216  Eleventh 
Dennis  Amy  Mrs,  professional  nurse,  res  729  Eighth 
Dennis  J  F,  printer,  Tribune  Publishing  Co,  res  Alameda 
Dennis  William,  driver  A  Gates 
Dennis  William,  longshoreman,  res  560  Franklin 
Dennison  Miss,  res  Home  for  Aged  Women 
Denniston  William,  res  563  Sixth 
Denniston  William,  employe  Dr  C  C    O'Donnell,  S  F,    res 

563  Sixth 
Denny  Chas  W,  salesman  Taft  &  Pennoyer,  res  946  Thirty- 
fourth 
Denny  Daniel,  expressman,  res  218  Fifth 
Denny  Enoch,  carpenter  S  P  Co,  res  1161  Third 
Denny  Horace,  stationery,  res  1674  Thirteenth  ave 
Denny  Jerry,  professional  ball  player,  res  1303  Eighth 
Denny  Margaret  E  Mrs,  res  946  Thirty-fourth 
Denroche  Amy  C  Miss.,  res  886  Milton 
Denroche  Cyril  E,  clerk,  res  886  Milton 
Denroche  Edward  J,  mgr    Vacuum   Oil   Co,    S    F,    res   886 

Milton 
Denroche  Percy  C,  student,  res  886  Milton 
Densmore  Robt,  painter,  res  Weber  Hotel 
Dent  Frank  W,  res  1222  Magnolia 
Dent  Maude  Miss,  draft  clerk  engineer's    office,    City   Hall, 

res  1390  Telegraph  ave 
Dent  T  B  Mrs,  res  1390  Telegraph  ave 
Dent  W  S,  surveyor  City  Hall,  res  1390  Telegraph  ave 

Denwall ,  clerk  Greenhood,  res  517  Ninth 

De  Pas  Charles  V,  salesman,  S  F,  res  1155  Market 


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Depoy  Ella  V  tist,  S  1  San  Pablo  ave 

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DEPUE   &    AYDELOTTES    BUSINESS 

COLLEGE,    -1     E    Depue     &    -I    II  Aydelotte  pro- 
pri  1013  Broadway  and  459  Eleventh 

De  Pue  E  J,  commercial  traveler,  S  F,  res  111"  Third  ave 
De  Pue  Frank  II,  instructor  Oakland  Riding   Academy,  res 
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DEPUE  J  E  (Depue  &    Aydelotte)  teacher  bookkeep- 
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522  i    _  Lteenth 
Derbv  11  J  Jr,  tanner  .1  S  Derby, rea  926  E  Twelfth 
by  J  A,  tanner  .1  S  D<  rby,      -    26  E  Twelfth 
by  John  S,  propr  Oak  Grove  Tannery,  cor  E  Twelfth 
an  nth  ave,  res  861   E  Twelfth 

ir  E  |  E  M  Derbv  0c  Co)  res  cor  E  Fourteenth  and 
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Deri  bsI  auditor  S  P  Co,  S  F.  res  1403  Chestnut 

:    ml   J,  engineer  John  S  Derby,  res  861  E  Twelfth 
Der:  M  is,    clerk  Snow    Flake  Bakerv,  res  161 

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D<  rmoi  John,  employe  B  P  -  1014  Broadway 

■ma.-,  printer,  res  161  1  Fifteenth 
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Desmond  Timothy,  laborer,  res  1014  Seventeenth 
Desnover  Jean,  bootblack  stand,  cor  Wood  and  Seventh,  res 

1726  Seventh 
De  Souze  Frank  L,  barber,  366  B,  res  same 
Des  Rochers  Adele  Miss,  teacher  of  French,  res   1265  Clay 
Des  Rochers  Maude   R   Miss,  teacher   of  music,  res    1 

Clay 
Dessum  Alvin,  blacksmith  Frederick  &  Arth,  res  S  F 
Dessum  Wm,  blacksmith  Frederick  &  Arth,  res  S  F 
Detels    Eugene     J.    bookkeeper-  Evertts    &    Co,    res 

Eighth 
Detels  Henry  D,  clerk   Richard    Bushing,  res  1663  Seward 
Detels  John,  salesman.  S  F,  res  985  Peralta 
Detels  Martin,  grocer,  S  F,  res  986  Peralta 
Detels  Martin  P.  salesman,  S  F,  res  985  Peralta 
Detels  Sophie  Mis.-,  res  9S5  Peralta 

Detels  William  P,  oiler  Steamer  Santa  Rosa,  res  9S5  Peralta 
Detering  Henry  A.  curator  Central  Free  Reading  Room,  res 

5S5  Twenty-fifth 
De  Troost  George,  adv  agt.  S  F,  res  Golden  Gate 
De  Turbeville  A  Miss,  dressmaker,  res  529  Eighth 
Deuel  Charles  W,  painter  S  P  Co,  res  918  Henrv 
Deuschle  Amalie  L.  232  Twelfth 
Deuschle  John  J.  carpenter,  res  1001  Fifth 
Deutscher  Club,  461*  Twelfth 
DeVanv  Daniel,  bookkeeper  East  Oakland  Planing  Mills,  res 

160  Seventh 
Deveney  K  Mrs,  res  5S6  Tenth 
Devere  George,  employe  Pacific  Iron  and  Nail  Co,  res   867 

Ross 
Devereaux   &   Lewman    (M  M   Devereaux  &  E  R  Lewman) 

artists,  512  Fifteenth 
Devereaux  M  M  (Devereaux  &  Lewman)  res  512  Fifteenth 
Deyeraux  Theresa  Mrs,  re<  e  s  Telegraph  ave  nr  Merced 
de  Verner  L  Mrs,  res  913  Magnolia 
Devers  Kate  E  Mrs,  widow,  res  1026  Willow 
Devers  Xellie  Miss  music  teacher,  res  1026  Willow 
Devila  John,  cleaner  S  P  Co,  res  762  Wood 
Devincenzi    Domingues,   teamster,  res    Tenth    nr   Folsom, 

Golden  Gate 
Devincenzi    John,  laborer,    res    Tenth   nr  Folsom,  Golden 

Gate 
Devincenzi  Vincent,  gardener,  res  nr  Shell  Mound    Station 
De  Vine  Edward,  bookkeeper,  S  F,  res  1653  Twelfth 
De  Vine  George  F,  engineer  S  P  Co,  res  1612  Twelfth 
Devine  Patrick  H,  quarry  man,  res  Lake  Shore  ave 


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Devine  William,  foreman  grading   S    F    Tool    Co,   res    cor 

Twenty-fourth  and  Lee  ave 

Devour ,  res  756  Seventh 

De  Wan  John,  cook  Mrs  E  De  Boice,  res  Overland  House 
Deward  George  C,  rancher,  San  Benito,  res  1577  San  Pablo 

ave 
Deward  Joseph,  student,  res  1577  San  Pablo  ave 
Deward  Lena  Miss,  res  1577  San  Pablo  ave 
Dewey  Alfred  T  (Dewey  &  Co,  S  F)  res  1304  Franklin 
Dewey  Amy  Miss,  student,  res  505  E  Eleventh 
Dewing  A  A.  teller  Pacific  Bank,  S  F,  res  358  E  Fourteenth 
Dewing  Co  (The  J)    of  S   F,  Wm  F   Bacon  mgr,  new    and 

standard  books  and  pianos,  1165  Washington 
Dewing  Stephen,  collector,    S    F,  res    cor    San    Pablo    and 

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De  Witt ,  carpenter,  res  517  Ninth 

Dewitt  F  L  Mrs,  res  726  Eleventh 

De  Wolf  Joseph,  employe  Pacific  Iron  and  Nail  Co,  res  606 

Filbert 
De  Wolf  \\  m  M,  real  estate,  S  F,  res  522  E  Eleventh 
DewsoD  Alexander,  res  627  Myrtle 
Dewson  William  \V,  laborer,  res  627  Myrtle 
Dewson  Victoria  Mrs,  res  027  Myrtle 
Dexter  A  Allen,  collector,  res  Weber  Hotel 
Dexter  Henry   C,   sale-man    0    Westover   £    Co,  res    L228 

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Di  \t<r  Herbert,  res  1591  Telegraph  ave 
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Dhue  Tillie,  ironer  Wm  Renter,  res  S  F 
Diamond  Edward,  driver  People's  Express,  res  1011  Pine 
I  L  V  613  Ninth 

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Dibble  George,  tender  Pacific   Iron  and  Nail  Co,  rea    1421 

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rdinanzo,  laundryman   Contra   Costa   Laundry 
Dick  Byron  C,  insurance  adjuster,  S   F,  res    1060  Harrison 

enson  -  J,  helper  8  P  <:.>.  pea  812  Market 
Dickerhoff  Edgar,  employe  Pacific  Iron  and  Nail  Co,  rea  sl  7 

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Dickerson  J,  cleaner  S  P  Co,  res Division 

Dickerson  James  H,  cleaner  S  P  Co,  res  887  Pine 

Dickerson  Jane  Mrs,  widow,  res  887  Pine 

Dickerson  Lotta  Mrs,  nurse,  res  962  Market 

Dickie  James,  machinist  Oakland  Iron    Works,    res   1263 

Fifteenth  ave 
Dickinson  C  A,  Jones  &  Co,  res  707  Brush 
Dickinson  H  W,  res  1006  Sixteenth 
Dickinson  J  K  (Jackson  &  Dickinson)  res  417  Seventh 
Dickinson  L  S  Mrs,  res  819  Fifteenth 
Dickinson  S  J,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  814  Filbert 
Dickinson  S  J  Mrs,  dressmaker  814  Filbert,  res  same 
Dickie  Frank  X,  house  mover,  res  411  Fifteenth 
Dickley  Mary  Mrs,  widow,  res  313  Sixth 
Dickson  Fred  W,  student,  res  1072  Eighteenth 
Dickson  George,  carpenter  S  P  Co,  res  828  Wood 
Dickson  George,  plasterer,  res  658  Fifth 
Dickson  Robert,  D  D,  Rev,   res   cor  Twenty-fourth  ave  and 

E  Sixteenth 
Dickson  Thomas,  blacksmith  S  P  Co,  res  1466  Curtis 
Didier  Mateo,  barber,  res  559  Second 
Didier  M  Mrs,  tailoress  Philadelphia  Steam  Dyeing  Works, 

res  559  Second 
Dieckmann    George,    commission    merchant,    S   F,    res  25 

Butler  ave,  Golden  Gate 
Dieckmann  John  H,  commission  merchant,  S  F,res  25  Butler 

ave,  Golden   Gate 
Diedrich  C  W,  employe  Pacific  Iron  and  Nail  Co,   res  515 

Third 
Diefenbach  Augusta  Mrs,  widow,  res  1949  Filbert 
Diefenbach  Charles,   plumber   Dalziel   &   Moller,   res   1940   2 

Filbert  & 

Diefenbach  Hattie  Miss,  res  1949  Filbert  ^ 

Diefenbach  Louisa  Miss,  res  1949  Filbert  §*• 

Diefenbach  Minnie  Miss,  res  1949  Filbert  2L 

Diehl  Chas  S,  Pacific  Coast   agt  of  Associated   Press,  S  F,  <a    P  . 

res  1311  Fifth  ave 
Diel  Kate,  domestic,  676  Eighteenth 
Diercks  Henry,  carpenter,  res  1455  Fifth 
Dierke  Louis  W,  shoe   maker,   res   Folger  ave,  Stock  Yards 
Dierks  Harry,  second  cook,  Galindo  Hotel 
Dierssen  Anne  Miss,  res  561  Fifth 
Dierssen  Henry,  flour  packer  Bav  City  Mills,  res  561   Fifth   §  f-rj 
Diesch  Anton,  laborer,  806  E  Twelfth  $uT3 

Dietles  Henry,  salesman  N  D  Buhsen,  res  Seward 
Dietrich  Amelia  Miss,  dressmaker,  res  514  Fifteenth 


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Dietrich  Christian,  propr  Madison  House,  res  514  Fifteenth 
Dietrich  Emma  Miss,  res  514  Fifteenth 
DietricbsoD   Isaac    L   P  Rev,  pastor  Our  Savior's  Scandi- 
navian Lutheran  Church,  res  1371  Tenth 
Dietz  Alfred  C  (A   C  Dietz  &  Co)  S  F,   propr  Dietz  Opera 

House    and    Oakland    Theatre,    res    San  Pahlo  ave  nr 

Golden  <  rate 
Dietz  A  E3  Mrs,  widow,  res  528  Eighteenth 
Dietz  Charles  L,  clerk,   res   San    Pablo  ave  nr  Forty-eighth 
Dietz  Fred  M,  driver  Log  Cabin  Bakery,  528  Eighteenth 
Dietz  Opera  House,  A  C  Dietz  propr,  NE   cor  Webster  and 

Twelfth 

i  Victor  J  F,  nailer  Judson  Manufacturing  Co,  res  112 

N  Centre 
Dila  Douglas  Iff,  clerk  George  Babcock,   res  San  Pablo  ave 

nr  Klinkner  ave,  Golden  Gate 
Dille  E  R  Rev,  pastor  First  M  E  Church,  res  1401  Castro 
Dille  Jefferson  T,  carpenter,  res  L002  Market 
Dilling  GC,  mining,  res  L120  Chestnut 
Dillingham  George  C,  teamster,  res  839  Webster 
Dillon  B,  assistant  Dr  G  W  Stimpson,  res  (.»-_m>  Brush 
Dillon  Catherine  P,  res  cor  Seventh  and  Oak 
Dillon  David  J,  coachman  and  gardener  E  B  Dean,  res  1219 

Gto 
Dillon  Hannah,  domestic,  res  1217  Filbert 
Dillon  J  E,  yard  master  S  P  Co,  res  1620  Lincoln 
Dillon    Jerome,   cream    depot,    1367    Breadway,    res  1365 

Broadway 
Dillon  Joseph  Iff,  adjuster  U  S  Mint,  S  F,  res  cor  Seventh 

and  (  )ak 
Dillon  Malaehi  F,  clerk,  res  cor  Seventh  and  Oak 
Dillon  Iffary,  domestic,  res  664  Eighteenth 
Dillon  Michael,  Laborer,  res  Franklin  Hotel 
Dimmick  August,  waiter  Alexander  Campbell 
Dimmick  Clarence  C,  baker,  res  L929  Market 
Dimmick  Edwin  H,  student  J  Dimmick,  res  cor  Eighth  and 

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Dimmick  Joseph,  dentist,  875  Washington,  res   cor  Eighth 

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Dimmick  Lillie  Miss,  res  cor  Eighth  and  Washington 
Dimmick  Marj  V  Mrs,  music  teacher,  res  L029  Market 
D  tnmick  W  N.  mi  \\  refl  77s  Eleventh 

Dimock  Silas,  carpenti  r,  rea  L052  Twenty-first  ave 
Dimond  Hugh,  capitalist,  res  end  Fruit  Vale  ave 


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DINGEE  WILLIAM  J,  real  estate,  460-462 
Eighth,  res  Fernwood  nr  Piedmont  (See  advertisement 
front  cover) 

Dingee's  Quarry,  Vernon  ave  nr  Lake,  Temescal 

Dingley  Charles  L,  commission  merchant,  S  F,  res  876  E 
Fifteenth 

Dingley  Charles  L  Jr,  clerk  Charles  L  Dingley,  S  F,res  876 
E  Fifteenth 

Dingley  Frank  E,  student,  res  876  E  Fifteenth 

Dingley  Walter  F,  clerk  Charles  f  Dingley,  S  F,  res  876  E 
Fifteenth 

Dingwall  Lewis,  clerk  Max  Greenhood,  res  517  Ninth 

Dinneen  Michael,  marble  cutter  J  F  Kelly,  res  1371  Seven- 
teenth 

Dinsmore  Wm  G.  agt  Dirigo  Oil  Can,  468  Ninth,  res  Ross 
House 

Dippo  Wm,  ironmonger,  res  Brush  nr  Sixth 
£  "  DIRIGO,"  Ed  H   Campbell,    NE    cor   Eleventh  and 
Broadway 

Discard  Charles,  Messenger  Exchange,  S  F,  res  722  Filbert 

Disard  James,  porter  Pullman  Palace  Car  Co,  res  722  Fil- 
bert 

Disturnell  Sarah  Miss,  res  661  Ninth 

Ditmas  Henry,  civil  engineer,  1430  San  Pablo  ave,  res  same 

Divers  Michal  P,  sash  maker  California  Door  Co 

Division  Roadmaster  S  P  Co,  office  cor  Seventh  and  Bay 

Division  No  283  B  of  L  E,  meets  every  Friday  7:30  p  m, 
Fraternity  Hall,  cor  Seventh  and  Peralta 

Di  Voll  James  G,  mining,  res  1561  Eighth 

Divutto  Henry,  blacksmith  Amador  Marble  Co,  res  Moun- 
tain View  Cemetery 

Dix  Caspar  (Dix  &  Straub,  S  F)  res  594  Sycamore 

Dix  Emma  Miss,  res  594  Sycamore 

Dix  James,  shoemaker,  res  1111  Campbell 
vfe    Dix  James,  sacker  Gould  &  Williamson,  res  1111  Campbell 
*2—    ^x  William,  milk  dealer,  Stock  Yards,  res  1111  Campbell 
gj    Dixon  Binnington,  laborer,  res  1421  'Fifiteenth 

Dixon  Charles  H,  door  maker  California  Door  Co,  res  S  F 

H    Dixon  Clemen  W,  gripman  OCR  Co,  res  760  Lydia 
Dixon  Edward,  res  813  Eighteenth 
JR    Dixon  George,  plumber  Alex  II  McKown,  res  131     Twelfth 
ave 

«    Dixon  George,  stableman,  res  901  Seventh  ave 
Dixon  James,  horseshoer  A  McAuley,  res  813  Eighteenth 
Dixon  J  B,  contractor  and  builder,  607   E  Twelfth,  res  613 
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Dixon  John  B,  show  cases.  S  F.  res  983  Willow 

Dixon  Lousianna  Miss,  res  420  First 

Dixon  Lucas,  res  420  First 

Dixon  Richard,  grip  man  OCR  Co.  res  14164  San  Pablo  ave 

Dixon  Wm,  freight  clerk  S  P  Co,  res  S13  Adeline 

Dixon  Wm  H.  clerk  S  P  Co,  res  S13  Adeline 

Dixon  Wm  S,  salesman,  S  F,  res  177  E  Fourteenth 

Doane  Lucy  C  Miss,  res  717  Sixteenth 

Doane  May  Miss,  res  977  Willow 

Doane  Orin  K,  engineer  S  P  Co,  res  977  Willow 

Doane  P  A,  clerk   San   Francisco  Lumber   Co,  S  F.  res   717 
Sixteenth 

Dobon  Kate  Mrs,  res  660  E  Fifteenth 

Dobson  Jane  Miss,  domestic  James  M  Bassett,  res  72S  Eighth 

Dobson  John,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 

Dobson  Walter,  candy   maker  John   H  Hirschheiner,  13*24 
Twenty-second  ave 

Dod  James,  shipping  clerk  S  P  Co 

Dodge  Edward  C,  news  stand,  1054  Thirteenth  ave,  res  460 
E  Twelfth 

Dodge  E  C  Mrs.  widow,  music  teacher,  res  460  E  Twelftn 

Dodge  A  Frv  (Clinton  G  Dodge  and  Fred  W   Fry)  attvs-at- 
law,  rooms  17  and  33,  906  Broadway,  r.  E  Twelfth 

Dodge  Granville,  carpenter,  Twentv-hfth  ave   bet  Eleventh 
and  Twelfth 

Dodge  Harriett  A  Mrs,  res  10<»«>  Webster 

Dodge  Lillian  B  Miss,  music  teacher,  res  460  East  Twelfth 

Dodge  Lulu  Miss,  res  1006  Webster 

Dod^e  Marion  M  Mrs.  widow,  res  1219  Webster 
Lge  M  M.  S  P  Co'a  office,  S  F.  res  664  Eighteenth 

Dods  Grace  Miss,  res  1006  Webster 

Dods  Jam  -re  keeper  S  P  Co,  res  1006  Webster 

Dod-  Lincoln,  res  1006  Webster 

D  B  lira,  ladies'  nurse,  re>  60S  E  Fifteenth 

Dodson  W  G  J,  candy  maker,  res  658  E  Fifteenth 

Doe  Charles  F,  pre-  California  Door  Co,  \YTood   bet  Four- 
teenth and  Sixteenth,  res  S  F 

Doe  Charles  II.  carpenter  S  P  Co,  res  1810  William 

DOE  LUKE,  real  estate,  468  Ninth,  res  1159  Alice 

Doe  Murton  A.  fruit  Btore,  1M<>  William.  I  He 

Doebel  Bermann,bai  tender  Max  Lawrence,  res  same 
g  Wm.  tailor  oventfa 

Doherty ,  car]  res  518  Ninth 

Dohertj  Ed,  painter  T  .1  Bheehan 

Doherty  G  irveyor,  re.-  721  Fifth  Fifth 


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Doherty  J  F,  driver  Log  Cabin  Bakery,  res  2075  San  Pablo 
ave 

Doherty  M  Mrs,  res  1712  William 

Dohmann  Henry,  junk  dealer,  res  1165  Twenty-fourth 

Dohrmann  Henry,  painter  P  N  Kuss,  res  1509  Brush 

Dohrmann  J  H,  professor  of  music,  res  359  Fourth 

Dohrmann  J  H  W,  clerk  L  E  Clawson  &  Co,  res  1509  Brush 

Dohrmann  John,  cash  boy  Taft  &  Pennoyer,  res  1509 
Brush 

Doig  Alexander,  printer  Tribune  Publishing  Co,  res  618 
Valdez 

Doig  John,  dresser  California  Cotton  Mills,  res  618  Valdez 

Doig  William,  coat  maker  M  J  KELLER,  res  cor  Elev- 
enth and  Webster 

Doig  William  F,  bookkeeper  California  Cotton  Mills,  res 
618  Veldez 

Dolan  Charles,  carpenter,  res  513  Ninth 

Dolan  Hugh,  clerk  John  Gunnip,  res  NW  cor  Forty-second 
and  Telegraph  ave 

Dolan  James,  dairyman,  res  cor  Weston  ave  and  Broadway 

Dolan  Jas,  teamster  Alameda  Macadamizing  Co,  res  Thirty- 
eighth  nr  Broadway 

Dolan  John,  tinner  M  De  La  Montanya,  and  extraman 
Engine  Co  No  1,  res  Clarendon  House 

Dolan  Joseph  C,  fruit,  poultry  and  produce,  City  Market,  1, 
3  and  5,  res  13  Valley 

Dolan  L,  laborer  S  P  Co 

Dolan  Lizzie  Miss,  employe  California  Hosiery  Co,  res  1826 
Goss 

Dolan  Maggie,  domestic  578  Sixteenth 

Dolan  Mamie  Miss,  574  Sixteenth 

Dolan  Mary  Miss,  cloakmaker,  S  F,  res  1826  Goss 

Dolan  Mary  Mrs,  dairy  farm,  res  cor  Weston  ave  and  Broad- 
way 

Dolan  Michael,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  1711  Atlantic 

Dolan  Michael,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  1826  Goss 

Dolan  Richard,  carpenter,  res  513  Ninth 

Dolan  Thomas,  blacksmith,  res  1477  Fifth 

Dolan  Thomas,  upholsterer  McGovern  &  JCahill,  res  823 
Twenty-ninth 

Dolan  Thomas,  painter,  res  166  Seventh 

Dolan  Win,  cleaner  S  P  Co,  res  1711  Atlantic 

Dolbier  Delmar,  clerk  Smallman  &  Cummins:  res  1413 
Twelfth  ave  6' 

Dolbier  F  D,  clerk  Smallman  &  Cumming,  res  1413  Twelfth 
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Dolbier  Ward  S,  machinist,  S  F,  res  1413  Twelfth  ave 

Doling  James,  carpenter,  res  806  Jackson 

Doling  Margaret  Mrs,  res  564  Second 

Dolman  Annie  L  Miss,    principal    Fruit    Vale  School,    res 

Fruit  Vale 
Domenico  R,  laborer    Alameda  Macadamizing  quarry  Co's, 

res  same 
Domes  Henry  W,  compositor  C  B  Rice,  res  1073  Thirteenth 

ave 
Domes  John  J,  carriage  maker,  res  1565  Seventh 

DOMESTIC  PAPER   PATTERNS,  Frank 

Kings  agent,1062  Broadway 
DOMESTIC    SEWING   MACHINE,  Frank 

Kings  general  agent  Alameda  County,  1062  Broadway 
Domingus  Anton,  laborer   Judson    Manufacturing  Co,    res 

252  Harlan 
Domingus  Manuel,  laborer,  250  Louisa 
Doininick  Alonzo,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Dominick  Onara,  laborer,  res  Perry 
Dominico  Rampone,  laborer  P  C  R  quarry,  res  same 
Domoto  Charles  H,  nurseryman  and  gardener,  res  658  Third 
Donahar  J  W,  propr  Clarendon  House   855  Washington 
Donahoo  P  B,  inventor,  res  Market  Street  House 
Donahoo  W  H,  brickinason,  res  465  Thirteenth 
Dohahue  Kate  Miss,  res  1577  San  Pablo  ave 
Donahue  Michael,  laborer,  res  n  s  Forty  fifth  nr  Grove 
Donahue  Thomas,  laborer  Charter  Oak  Hotel 
Donahue  Thomas,  shoemaker  Wentworth  Booot   and  Shoe 

Co,  res  Seventh  nr  Wood 
Donalan  Thomas,  printer,  Twenty-eighth  bet  Market    and 

Myrtle 
Donald  George,  gardener  I  L  Requa,  res  Piedmont 
Donald  John,  carpenter,  res  410  Tenth 
Donaldson  Alex,  stair  builder,  res  500  Twenty-fourth 
Donaldson  Elizabeth  Miss,  res  L417  Castro 
Donaldson  Emily  8  Mrs,  widow,  res  1117  Castro 
Donaldson  V  M,  domestic,  70  E  Twelfth 
Donaldson  .lane.-,  commission,  8  F,  res  ha  Clede  House 
Donaldson  John,  carpenter,  res  L517  Market 
Donaldson  John    (J.   apothecary    II    II    Skilling,   res   1171 

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1  Donaldson  Mary  Miss,  res  1417  ('astro 
Donaldson    Virgil    M,   pressmen    Pacific    Press,   res    1517 

Market 
Donaldson  Wm  A.  clerk  Truckee  Lumber  Co,  S  F,  res  L620 

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Donavan  Patrick,  inmate  Industrial  Home  for  the  Adult 
Blind,  res  same 

Donegan  Hugh,  asst  surveyor  S  F  Tool  Co,  res  cor  Twenty- 
fourth  and  Lee  ave 

Donegan  J,  employe  Burnham-Standeford  Co 

Donelan  S  M  Mrs,  dressmaker,  355  Tenth,  res  same 

Donelin  T  James,  auditor's  office  S  P  Co,  S  F,  res  1430  Six- 
teenth 

Donnell  Arthur  C,  insurance  agt,  S  F,  res  1227  Myrtle 

Donnell  John,  carpenter,  res  410  Tenth 

Donnellan  Edward,  apprentice  iron  moulder,  res  914  Twen- 
ty-eighth 

Donnellan  Thomas,  printer,  914  Twenty-eighth 

Donnellan  Thomas  Jr,  printer,  res  914  Twenty-eighth 

Donnelly  Mary  Mrs,  widow,  res  1310  Goss 

Donnelly  Mrs,  laundress  Contra  Costa  Laundry 

Donnelly  Elizabeth,  seamstress,  res  cor  Pacific  and  Camp- 
bell 

Donnelly  Grace,  res  E  Fourteenth  bet  Adaline  and  Julia 

Donnelly  Henry,  mining,  res  E  Fourteenth  bet  Adeline 
and  Julia 

Donnelly  Henry  T  Jr,  res  E  Fourteenth  bet  Adeline  and 
Julia 

Donnelly  Hettie  Miss,  res  E  Fourteenth  bet  Adeline  and 
Julia 

Donnelly  John  C,  traveling  salesman,  S  F,  res  1305  Eighth 

Donnelly  Mamie,  employe  California  Hosiery  Co,  res  806 
Washington 

Donnelly  Mary  Miss,  res  1810  Goss 

Donnelly  Thomas,  hack  driver,  res  Clarendon  House 

Donnes  Frederick,  cook,  res  1205  Seventh 

Donniker  Adam,  waiter,  res  403  Ninth 

Donnisher  Mary  Mrs,  cook  The  Arlington 

Donohue  Cornelius  J,  iron  moulder,  S  F,  res  1355  Sixteenth 

Donohue  David,  laborer,  res  707  Sycamore 

Donohue  John,  apprentice,  res  1355  Sixteenth 

Donohue  Kate  Miss,  res  1557  Webster 

Donohue  Maggie  C  Miss,  res  1355  Sixteenth 

Donohue  Murty,  laborer,  res  553  Sixth 

Donohue  Robert  E,  gasfitter,  S  F,  res  1355  Sixteenth 

Donohue  Samuel  J,  apprentice,  S  F,  res  1355  Sixteenth 

Donovan  Annie  Mrs,  res  662  Jefferson 

Donovan  Con,  plasterer,  res  w  s  Telegraph  nr  Alcatraz  ave 

Donovan  Daniel,  clerk  W  P  Slattery,  res  760  Third 

Donovan  D  H,  res  613  Sixth 

Donovan  E  Mrs,  res  617  Sixth 


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Donovan  Eva  Miss,  res  916  Third 

Donovan  James,  plasterer,  res  SW  cor  Telegraph  and  Alca- 

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Donovan  John,  watchman  S  P  Co,  res  1003  Third 
Donovan  John,  laborer,  res  Winthxop  House 
Donovan  John  B.   compositor    Oakland    Enquirer,    res    613 

Sixth 
U  <   Donovan  John  J,  teacher,  res  1113  Tenth 
|—  O   Donovan  John  L,  paper    hanger   McGovern   &    Cahill,    res 

1003  Third 
Donovan  John  T,  engineer  Flint   &   Zimmerman,    res    495 

Twenty-fifth 
Donovan  Julia  Mrs,  domestic,  res  843  Madison 
Donovan  Lucy  M  Mrs,  res  158  Fifth 
Donovan  Maggie  E  Miss,   milliner   Mrs   N   Laymance,    res 

613  Sixth' 
Donovan  Margaret  Mrs,  res  613  Sixth 
Donovan  Mary  Mrs,  nurse,  res  1053  Peralta 

^    Donovan  Michael,  employe    St    Mary's    Cemetery,    res    916 
Third 
H    Donovan  Minnie  Miss,  milliner,  res  916  Third 
Donovan  William  S,  atty-at-law,  res  613  Sixth 
Doody  Arthur  H,  sign    writer    Doody    &    Hoolev,    res   565 
JM  Sixth 

p*^     Doody  Daniel  \\\  painter  Doody  &  Hooley,  res  565   Sixth 
VJ    Doody  &  Hooley  (Miles  Doody  and  Cornelius  Hooley)  house 
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Doody  Miles  (Doody  &  Hoolev)  and  asst  chief  engineer  and 
fire  warden  O  F  D,  res  565  Sixth 
^j    Doolan  James,  baker  John  B  Davitt,  res  1810  Seventh 
^4     Doolan  James  II,  livery  and  sale    stables,    1070    Thirteenth 

^^|  ave,  res  L 067  Twelfth  ave 

kJj     D-x.lan  Michael,  yardman  S  P  Co,  res  1860  William 
3G      Dooley  Charles,  res  (Jalindo    Hotel 

pi  J    Dooley  John,  employe  Pacific  Iron  and  Nail   Co,   res   1005 

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^*    Dooley  Margaret  Mrs,  res  L457  Eighth 

Dooley  Patrick,  employe  Pacific  Iron  and  Nail  Co,  res  1005 

H  Third 

Doolittle  D  W.  carpenter,  res  569  Sixth 
WDoom  James,  laborer  J  L  Davie,  res  970  Washington 
Doom  .1  E,  Laborer,  rea  83  l  Franklin 
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Doran  Daniel,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Doran  James,  blacksmith  Martin  Ryan,  res  Capitol  Hotel 
Doran* Jeremiah,  hay,  grain  and  feed,  1957  San   Pablo   ave 

cor  Thirtieth,  res  1950  Filbert 
Doran  Jane  Mrs,  res  1778  Atlantic 
Doran  Maggie  Miss,  forelady  mangling  dept    Contra   Costa 

Laundry,  res  1778  Atlantic 
Doran  May  Miss,  cashier  Contra  Costa  Laundry,    res    1778 

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Doran  Nicholas,  sexton  St  Patrick's  Church,  res  960Peralta 
Dorcey  J  J,  train  dispatcher,  res  Weber  Hotel 
Dore  John,  bookkeeper  P  Kennedy  &    Co,    S 

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Dorety  Joseph  H,    commission    merchant,    S 

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Dorety  Mabel  L  Miss,  res  1230  Eighth  ave 
Dorgan  John,  carpenter,  res  1715  William 
Dorgan  Michael,  dairy,  2417  Piedmont  ave 
Dorman  Asenath  Mrs,  widow,  res  1656  Webster 
Dorman  Henry,  painter,  res  409  Thirteenth 
Dornin  Geo  W,  clerk,  S  F,  res  1974  Webster  ave 
Dorn  Ernest  R,  bridge  builder  S  P  Co,  res  988  Willow 
Dorn  Samuel,  butcher,  res  Girard  House 
Dornbach  George  W,  engineer  Pacific  Iron  and  Nail  Works, 

res  1010  Third 
Dornin  Nelson  E,  student  Hopkins    Academy,  res  Berkeley 
Dorrell  Eunice  V  Miss,  res  264  B 
Dorrell  James  G,  carpenter,  res  264  B 
Dorrell  Thomas  C,  res  264  B 

Dorsaz  Fred  H,  photographer  W  W  Dames,  res  831  Myrtle 
Dorsch  Charles,  merchant  tailor,  dyeing  and  cleaning,  1712 

Seventh,  res  same 
Dorsch  Mary  Mrs,  dressmaker,  1712  Seventh,  res  same 
Dorsch  Tillie  M,  milliner  F  M  Reed  &  Co,  res  1713  Eleventh 
Dorsey  J  J,  employe  S  P  Co,  res  508i  Fifteenth 
Dorwin  George  W,  supt  Melrose    Smelting  Works,  res  Bay 

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Doty  — — ,  track  walker  S  P  Co,  res  1057  Thirteenth  ave 
Doty  Antone,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  1772  Atlantic 
Doty  Joseph,  laborer  S  P  Co 

Doub  D  Milton,  gas  fixtures,  S  F,  res  528  Thirty-first 
Doubt  Joseph  H,  laborer,  res  1167  Thirty-sixth 
Doubt  Mary  J  Mrs,  dressmaker,  res  1167  Thirty-sixth 


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Dougery  Charles,  plasterer,  res  1828  Adeline 
Dougherty  Mrs.  res 756 Seventh 
Dougherty  Ada  Miss,   res    E    Fourteenth    bet  Adeline  and 

Julia 
Dougherty  Ann  Mrs,  res  721  Fifth 
Dougherty  C  M,  capitalist,    res  E   Fourteenth    bet  Adeline 

and  Julia 
Dougherty  Daniel,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Dougherty  E,  painter,  res 523  Eighth 
Dougherty  Hugh,  engineer  S  P  Co,  res  1715  Goss 
Dougherty  Phillip,  fireman  S  P  Co,  res  1715  Goss 
Dougherty  Etta  Miss,  res  1417  Sixth  ave 
Douglas  Prank  J,  switchman  S  P  Co,  res  817  Peralta 
Douglas  George  A,  employe  City  Hall,  res  Fruit  Vale  ave 
Douglas  Marjorie  Miss,  res  860  E  Fourteenth 
Douglas  Nathan  S,  bookkeeper  Dalziel   &   Moller,  res  2015 

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Douglai ,  painter,  res  Pullman  Hotel 

Douglass  Eliza  Mrs,  widow,  res  1919  Magnolia 
Doaglass  P  J,  switchman  S  P  Co,  res  817  Peralta 
Douglass  S  X  Mrs,  res  Galindo  Hotel 
Dovide  Simeone,  laundry  man  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Dow  Amos  R  (Dow  &  Forsting)  real  estate,  res  L185  E  Six- 
nth 
Dow  Augustus,  insurance,  B  F,  res  l  Is;  Thirteenth 
Dow  Daniel,  painter,  res  L267  Campbell 
Dow  Edward,  Bhoe    maker    Nolan    &    Williamson,    rea  825 

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Do*   i  E,  hydraulic  machinery,  S  F,  res  568  Twenty- 

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W.  student,  r<  a  L370  Eleventh 

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Dow  Rath  Mrs,  dressmaker  Mrs  M  E  Hillier,  res  512  Eighth 

Dow  W   A     tudent,  n     I  21  0  Twenty-third  ave 

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Dowd  Daniel,  painter,  res  1267  Campbell 

Dowd  Michael,  laborer,  res  cor  E  Twelfth  and  Twenty-first  ave 

Dowdle  Charles,  clerk  Jordan  &  Arnold,  res  1122  Chestnut 

Dowdle  Clara  Miss,  res  1122  Chestnut 

Dowdle  Everett  S,  pressman  Jordan   &  Arnold,  res  1122 

Chestnut 
Dowdle  Louise  Mrs,  widow,  res  1122  Chestnut 
Dower  Edward,  employe  S  P  Co,  res  1706  Seward 
Dower  Daniel,  cleaner  S  P  Co,  res  1706  Seward 
Dowling  Emma  Miss,  employe  Ames   &  Dietrich,   S  F,  res 

417  Fourth 
Dowling  Kate  Miss,  res  n  s  Thirty-ninth,  second  house  from 

Telegraph  ave 
Dowling  Sadie  Miss,  res  n  s  Thirty-ninth,  second  house  from 

Telegraph  ave 
Dowling  Sarah   E  Mrs,  res  n  s  Thirty-ninth,  second   house 

from  Telegraph  ave 
Dowling  Thomas,  waiter,  Galindo  Hotel 
Dowling  W  E,  carpet  layer,  res  555  Twenty-second 
Downard  Richard,  laborer,  res  Vernon  ave,  Emeryville 
Downer  Elijah  H,  res  Halleck  nr  Park  ave,  Emeryville 
Downer  Hart  A,  res  1910  Thirteenth  ave 
Downer  Susan  B  Miss,  res  Halleck  nr  Park  ave,  Emeryville 
Downey  Andrew,  real  estate,  res  854  Jefferson 
Downey  Ann  Mrs,  res  665  Fifth 
Downey  Annie  Miss,  res  665  Fifth 

Downey  Daniel,  gripman  0  C  RCo,  res  689  Twenty-seventh 
Downey  Frank,  employee  James  Dallas,  res  914  Fifth 
Downey  J  C,  clerk  Whittier,  Fuller  &  Co,   S  F,  res   1273 

Ninth  ave 
Downey  John,  carpenter  Pacific  Coast  Planing  Mills,  res  S  F 
Downey   Patrick,    conductor  OCR  Co,  res   689  Twenty- 
Seventh 
Downey  Peter,  laborer,  res  Oakland  House 
Downey  T  A,  patrolman,  res  458  Seventh 
Downey  Thomas,  lather,  res  669  Fourth 
Downey  Thomas  A,  policeman,  res  413  Ninth 
Downey  William  J,  res  665  Fifth 
Downie   B  I  P  Co,  factory  east  of  Lake  Merritt,   office  at 

factory  and  204  Market,  S  F 
Downie  W,  employe  Burnham-Standeford  Co 
Downing  Geo  J,  purser  steamer  Corona,  res  1556  Ninth  ave 
Downing  J  C  V,  mariner,  705  Twenty-seventh 
Downing  J  H,  photographer,  res  709  Tenth 
Downing  John,  teamster  Hayes  &  Co,  res  Golden  Gate  Hotel 

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Downing  Theodore  H,  res  1556  Ninth  ave 
Downing  Thos  A,  res  1253  Eleventh  ave 
Downing  Thos  H,  lather,  res  1868  Division 
Downing  Will  E,  marine  engineer,  res  1556  Ninth  ave 
Downs  Daniel,  brakeman  S  P.  Co,  res  1612  Fifteenth 
Downs  Daniel  B,  master  mariner,  res  High,  Melrose 
Downs  Orlando  K,  livery  and   boarding  stable,  1692  Tele- 
graph ave,  res  same 
Downs  S  (t,  employe  0  K  Downs,  res  1692  Telegraph  ave 
Downs    Thomas,    stableman    Fisher  &    Taylor,  res    foot   of 

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Downs  Win,  res  Winthrop  House 
DOWS  B  W,  manager  Central  Pharmacy,  junction  San 

Pablo  ave  and  Broadway,  res  572  Ninth 
I )nyle  Chester,  Japanese  interpreter,  S  F,  res  1311   Fourth 

ave 
Doyle  Dan,  laborer  S  P  Co 
Dovle  Denis,  emplove  Pacific  Iron  and   Nail  Co,  res    1862 

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Doyle  Edward,  shoemaker,  S  F,  res  1518  Fifth 
Doyle  Prank  F,  farmer,  res  cor  San  Pablo  and  Doyle  aves, 

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Doyle  James,  iron  worker,  res  1511  Seventh 
Dovle  James  A,  tinsmith  S  P  Co,  res  909  Fifth 
Doyle  James  -I.  -ail  maker,  S  F,  res  229  Harlan 
Doyle  John,  teamster  Have-  &  Co,  res  Stock  Yards 
Dovle   John    D,  farmer,  res  cor  San  Pablo   and    Doyle  ave-. 

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Doyle  Margaret  Miss,  res  L224  Eighth 
Doyle  M  E  Mrs, widow,  res  L311  Fourth  ave 
Doyle  Michael,  repairer  S  1'  ('<>.  re-  I860  William 
Doyle  Michael  Jr,  employe  Pacific  Iron  and  Nail  Works,  res 

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le  Patrick,  employe  Water  Works,  res  L815  Seventh 
Doyle  Thomas,  horse  shoer,  res  698  Thirty-fifth 
1  trado  John,  laborer,  res  220  I  [ele'n 

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Draifl  Lucinda  .1  M  i  77  I  Nineteenth 

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Drake  E  M,  book  binder  Pacific  Press,  res  715  Twelfth 

Drake  George,  plumber  Dalziel  &  Moller,  res  620  Franklin 

Drake  George  F,  jeweler,  S  F,  res  1720  Seward 

Drake  George  W,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  1720  Seward 

Drake  Grace,  compositor  Pacific  Press,  res  715  Twelfth 

Drake  John  B,  clerk,  S  F,  res  1720  Seward 

Drake  Mary  A,  res  368  First 

Drake  Mary  A  Mrs,  res  620  Franklin 

Drake    Theresa,  wreaver   California   Cotton    Mills,  res    620 

Franklin  . 

Drake  Thomas,  collector,  res  620  Franklin 
;  Drake  Willis,  boiler  tender  Judson  Works,  res  2126  Magno- 
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j  Draper  Hattie  E,  music  teacher,  res  1151  Harrison 
J  Draper  John   S,  mgr  H  J  Smith  &  Co,  res   1507  Telegraph 

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•  Draper  Mabel,  res  1151  Harrison 
Draper  Thomas  B,  plasterer,  res  1066  E  Fifteenth 
Dreaper  Calvin  P,  raftsman  S  P  Co,  res  1667  William 
Dredge  T  F,  res  251  Eighth 

Drennan  Alice  Miss,  student,  res  e  s  Adeline  nr  Fortieth 
Drennan  Annie  Miss,  student  High   School,  res  e  s  Adeline 

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Drennan  Thomas,  machinist,  res  e  s  Adeline  nr  Fortieth 
Drennon  Carrie  Miss,  res  1013  Eleventh  ave 
Drennon  Elizabeth  Mrs,  res  1013  Eleventh  ave 
Drennon  Mary  Miss,  corset  maker,  res  1013  Eleventh  ave 
Drennon  Nellie  Miss,  tailoress,  res  1013  Eleventh  ave 
Drennon  Nelson,  water  tender  steamer   Queen  of  Pacific,  res 

1013  Eleventh  ave 
Drennon  Vina  Miss,  res  1013  Eleventh  ave 
Dresco  L  (Petar  &  Dresco)  res  1363  Castro 
Dressal  Peter,  boiler  maker    Clark   &    Wooley,    res  SW  cor 

Thirty-ninth  and   Grove 
Dresser  Walter  H,  cashier  S  P  Co,  res  1024  Willow 
Dressier  Gustavus,    boots    and    shoes,    615    E    Twelfth,  res 

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Dressier  Walter  H,  freight   clerk   Sixteenth    Street  Station, 

res  856  Adeline 
Drew  E,  res  472  Twenty-fourth 
Drew  Edwin  P  Capt,  master  barque  W H  Dimond,  res  1418 

Filbert 
Drew  Elizabeth  Mrs,  laundress   Contra   Costa   Laundrv,  res 

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Drew  Aimer  R,  asst    instructor   University  of    California, 

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I  Drew  Enoch,  res  681  Twenty-fifth 
Drew  James,  laborer  East  Oaklank   Brick  Yard,   res  1443 

Linden 
Drew  Joseph,  apprentice,  res  1420  Fifteenth 
Drew  Sam,  blacksmith,  res  1853  Short 
Drexler  Jefferson,  cook,  res  Vernon  ave 
Dreyer  Ella  M,  titter    Wentworth   Boot    and   Shoe    Co,  res 
"1334  Kirkham 
|  Dreyer  Fred,  news  agt,  res  310  Seventh 
Driver  John  H,  shoemaker,  S  F,  res  310  Seventh 
Dreyer  Louisa  Miss,  res  310  Seventh 
Dreyer  Margaret  Miss,  res  310  Seventh 
Dreyer  Margaret  Mrs,  widow,  res  1334  Kirkham 
Driggs  IM ward  II,  laborer,  res   n  s   Temescal  nr  Telegraph 

ave 
Driggs  I  eorge  R,  res  1019  Webster 
Drink  water  Ambrose  M,  collector   Contra  Costa  Water  Co, 

res  662  Eighteenth 
Driscoll  Dennis  J,  sailmaker,  S  F,  res  1661  Atlantic 


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riscoll  Edward,  blacksmith  SPCo,  res  1478  Fifth 
riscoll  James  J,  employe  J  Strauss   &  Co,  S  F,  res 

William 
riscoll  Jeremiah,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  753  Campbell 
riscoll  Johanna  M  Mrs,  widow,  res  1405  Webster 
riscoll  John,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  753  Campbell 
riscoll  Julia  Miss,  res  766  Eighteenth 
riscoll  Kate,  domestic,  res  262  E  Tenth 
riscoll  Lillie  Miss,  res  9  l<>  Peralta 
riscoll  M,  employe  G  F  Cri-1  &  Son,  res  cor  E  Twelfth  and 

Twenty-second  ave 
riscoll  ie  Mis-,  domestic,  res  1155  Jackson 

riscoll  Maria  Mrs,  res  613  Seventeenth 
riscoll  Mike,  rea  Winthrop  Bouse 
riscoll  Moses,  Inmate  In  Just  rial  Home  for  the  Adult  Blind,  ^  > 

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riscoll  s  V  Mrs,  rea  1457  Broadway 
riscoll  Mrs,  vest  maker  M  J  KELLEK 
Driscoll  William,  farmer,  res  e  a   Adeline    bet   Menlo  and 

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riscoll  Win.  laborer,  rea  s,">  Ali< 
riscoll  W'.n  F .  student  8  P  Tat.-,  rea  940  Peralta 
river  II  W,  nurse,  rea  1 261   ( lampbell 
rucker  Herman,  expressman,  rea  1451  Seventh 
ruck       i     Id  and   and   8   F   Express,   Howard  &    Conroy 

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Druhe  Herman  A,  bookkeeper,  S  F,  res  1378  Tenth 

Druhe  John  H,  capitalist,  res  1175  Market 

Druhiii  Carl,  paper  box  mfr,  res  1312  Grove 

Druke  Caroline  Miss,  res  Fruit  Vale  ave 

DrumCassie  M  Miss,  res  953  Market 

Drum  Frank  G,  cashier,  S  F,  res  953  Market 

Drum  John  S,  capitalist,  1050  Broadway,  res  953  Market 

Drum  John  S  Jr,  student,  res  953  Market 

Drummond  John,  laborer,  res  Felton,  Lorin 

Drummond  R,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 

Drury  Loretta  Miss,  dressmaker,  res  1156i  Seventh 

Drussel  Daniel,  clerk,  H  J  McAvoy,  res  918  Filbert 

Drussel  Julia  Mrs,  res  918  Filbert 

Drussel  Louis  M,  employe  planing  mills,  res  918  Filbert 

Drynen  Annie  C  Mrs,  widow,  res  227  Tenth 

Drynen  Marv  L  Miss,  bookkeeper  P  W  Bellingall,  S   F,  res 

227  Tenth 
Drynen  William  J,  clerk  J  N  Knowles,  S  F,  res  227  Tenth 
Duarte  Manuel,  laborer,  res  1723  Seventh 
Duarte  Manuel  I,  laborer,  res  1723  Seventh 
Dubernet  L  Mrs,  dressmaking  parlors,   cor  E   Fourteenth 

and  Thirtieth  ave 
Dubernet  Lucien,  picture   frame   mfr,  S  F,  res   1258  Elev- 
enth ave 
Dubernet  Roal  F,  picture  frame  mfr.  also   dealer  in  artists' 
materials,    engravings   and   oil    paintings,    1122   Thir- 
teenth ave,  res  1258  Eleventh  ave 
Dubois  Benjamin,  pattern  maker,  res  2101  Adeline 
Du  Bois  Elijah,  capitalist,  res  1632  Telegraph  ave 
Dubois  Fred  W,  brakeman  S   P  Co,  res   1112  Eleventh  ave 
Du  Bois  Irene  E  Mrs,  teacher  Lincoln  School,  res  586  Tenth 
Dubois  Peter,  stair  builder,  res  2101  Adeline 
Dubois  Rosine  L  Miss,  domestic  I  L   Requa,   res   Piedmont 
Dubois  Win  C,  railway  postal  clerk,  res  1112   Eleventh  ave 
Duchein  Cyrille,  cutler,  422  Seventh,  res  612  Franklin 
Duchrau  Emile,  tailor,  S  F,  res  807  Wood 
Duddy  George,  res  911  Ninth 
Duddy  Martin,  express,  res  911  Ninth 
Dudley  Arey  A,  chemist,  S  F,  res  1222  Franklin 
Dudley  Chas  P,  res  1236  Adeline 
j£  *  Dudley  Ezra  C,  conductor  S  P  Co,  res  Market  St  Block 
^  2  Dudley  Justin  Z,  artist,  res  1222  Franklin 
U  g1  Dudley  Wm  M  (Glines  &  Dudley)  res  1236  Adeline 
_  <  Due  Anton,  driver,  Park  ave  nr  Horton,  Emeryville 
X  "»  Duff  C  J,  res  1213  Broadway 
>-       Duff  Wm,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  1725  William 


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Duffey  James,  laborer,  res  Prescott  House 

Duffy  A  J,  capitalist,  res  Fewland  House,  Seventh 

Duffy  Bernard,  teamster  Kemillard  Brick  Co 

Duffy  Clarence    Miss,    dressmaker   La    Clede    House,    1116 

Broadway 
Duffy    Francis    Miss,    dressmaker    La    Clede    House,    1116 

Broadway 
Duffy  James  A,  capitalist,  res  Merrill  Hotel 
Duffy  John  E,  feeder  Pacific  Iron  and   Xail  Works,  res  819 

Filbert 
Duffy  Lizzie  M  Miss,  shoe  fitter  Nolan   Bros,  S   F,   res   819 

Filbert 
Duffy  Patrick,  saloon,  San  Pablo  ave  nr  Folger  ave,  Golden 

Gate 
Duffy  Thomas,  plasterer,  res  1355  Kirkham 
Duffy  Thomas,  laborer,  res  e  s  Telegraph   ave  bet   Linden 

and  Temescal 
Duffy  Thomas  M,  porter,  S  F,  res  819  Filbert 
Dufit  Mary  Mrs,  res  372  First 

Dufrane  John  L,  contractor,  res  1312  Telegraph  ave 
Dufud  Peter,  caulker,  res  709  Webster 
Dugan  Annie  Miss,  student  res  1372  Twelfth 
Dugan  Km  ma  A,  student  Dnpue  &  Avdelotte's  Business  I  !ol- 

iege,  i.  a  22  South'Park,  S  F 
Dugan  F  J,  switchman  S  P  Co,  res  1562  Seventh 
Dugan  George,  collector  Wheeler  A  Wilson    Manufacturing 

Co,  res  L065  Campbell 
Dugan  George  J,  lather,  res  1372  Twelfth 
Dugan  '         .  ■■  .1  Jr,  student,  res  1372  Twelfth 

an  Jennie  Miss,  student,  res  L372  Twelfth 
Dugan  John,  Bwitchman  8  1'  Co,  res  1562  Seventh 
Dugdall  Marguerite    Miss,  operator  Sunset  Telephone1] 

graph  Co,  res  510  Twelfth 
Dugdall  Wm  II.  salesman  WheelerA  Wilson  Manufacturing 

'I  Fifteenth 
Duggan  Annie,  domestic,  (.c>'»  Twelfth 
Duggan  Thomas,  gardener  W  Metcalf,  res    cor  College  and 

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Duirahon  Charles,  butcher,  res  Halletl  ave  nr  Green,  Stock 

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Duke  John,  bookkeeper,  res  306  Fourteenth 
Dukey  <  'arl,  res  L367  Fifteenth 
Dukey  E  M  Mrs,  res  1367  Fifteenth 
Dulcich  Luigi,  carpenter,   res    NE   c^r  E    Fourteenth  and 

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Duley  M  res    1  157  Eighth 

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Dulmage  Elizabeth  Mrs,  widow,  res  914  Poplar 

Dumas  Anna  Mrs,  res  1721  Myrtle 

Dumett  E  C  Mrs,  res  1574  Seventh  ave 

Dumett  John  C,  marine  engineer,  res  1574  Seventh  ave 

Dun  Joseph,  clerk  Salingu,  res  855  Washington 

Dunakin  Thomas  H,  porter  C  E    Whitnev    S    F,    res  1308 

Twelfth  ave 
Dunbar  Joshua,  tea  and  coffee,  1008  Ninth  ave 
Dunbar  Kate  Miss,  ironer  Contra  Costa  Laundry,  res    1418 

Fifteenth 
Dunbar  Lizzie  Miss,  landress  Contra  Costa  Laundry,  res  1418 

Fifteenth 
Dunbar  Minnie,  binder,  Pacific  Press,   res  763  Seventeenth 
Dunbar  Retta,  compositor  Pacific  Press,  res  763  Seventeenth 
Dunbar  S  G  S,  principal  Durant  School,  res  431  Hawthorn 

ave 
Duncan  Alexander,  salesman,  res  1524  Broadway 
Duncan  Alexander,  carpenter,  res  1526£  Broadway 
Duncan  Anna  J  Mrs,  res  1059  Brush 
Duncan  D  G  Mrs,  res  1365  Eighth 
Duncan  F  Mrs,  res  1059  Brush 

Duncan  George  J,  baggageman  S  P  Co,  res  1726  William 
Duncan  James,  engineer  Jute  Mills,  res  129  E  Eleventh 
Duncan  J  J,  res  1059  Brush 
Duncan  M  A  Mrs,  res  3  Forty-fourth 
Duncan  R  D,  painter  S  P  Co,  res  1209  Broadway 
Duncan  R  M,  grocer  851  Myrtle,  res  945  Myrtle 
Duncan  Robert,  carpenter  S  P  Co,  res  956  Third 
Duncombe  Lucy  M  Mrs,  res  1676  Thirteenth  ave 
Dundon  John,  carpenter  Eagle    Planing  Mill,  res  838  West 
Duner  Arnold,  dairyman,  res  Beulah  Park 
Dungan  Eugene  L,  baggageman  S  P  Co,    res  1719  Sherman 
Dunham  Benjaman  F  (Dunham,  Carrigan,Hayden  &  Co  S  F) 

res  1397  Alice 
Dunham  C  A  Mrs,  res  1157  Market 
Dunham  Clarissa  Mrs,  widow  res  1502  Broadway 
Dunham  David  H,  nailer  Pacific   Iron  and  Nail  Co,  res  524 

Sixth 
Dunham  E  C,  salesman,  res   1157  Market 
Dunham  Emily  K  Miss,  res  524  Sixth 
Dunham   Everett    C,    clerk    The    J    Dewing   Co,   res   1137 

Market 
Dunham  Geo  P,  driver  McCleverty  &  Noblett,  res  524  Sixth 
Dunham  Timothy,  driver  OCR  Co,  res  n  s  Forty-seventh 

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Dunham  Woodruff  Capt,  oysterman  and  boatman,  res 
water  front  foot  of  Harrison 

Dunkle booth  .  painter  Wm  H  "Weilbye 

DUNIAP  CHAS  H,  agent  Mutual  Life  Insurance 
Co  of  New  York,  962   Broadway 

Dunlap  Henry  A,  house  mover,  res  720  Seventh 

Dunlap  John  N,  U  S  Bridge  tender  Webster  street  bridge, 
res  Webster  street  bridge 

Dunlap  Win,  res  720  Seventh 

Dunlevy  Michael,  butcher,  (.'71  Third 

Dunmire  Samuel  S,  res  1361  Franklin 

Dunn  Alex,  machinist,  S  F,  res  L370  Ninth 

Dunn  Charles,  res  1656  Webster 

Dunn  Clara  B  Miss,  clerk  W  U  T  Co,  S  F,  res  692  Sycamore 

Dunn  E  L,  res  1756  Seventh 

Dunn  Ellen  Mrs,  res  1414  Seventeenth 

Dunn  Gertie  Miss,  res  1222  Cypress 

Dunn  Howard,  surveyor,  office  city  engineer,  res  Ross  House 

Dunn  J  Mrs,  res  1414  Seventeenth 

Dunn  James,  butcher  O'Connell  &  McDonald,  res  1273  San 
Pablo  ave 

Dunn  James,  moulder,  res  Peralta  ave 

Dunn  J  M,  dentist   1155  Broadway,  res  467   Thirteenth 

Dunn  John,  machinist,  res  Clark  street,  Melrose 

Dunn  J  P,  student  of  medicine,  res  1155  Broadway 

Dunn  Martin,  laborer,  res  911  Seventh 

Dunn  Mary  Mi->  res  690  Sycamore 

Dunn  Nellie  J  Mrs,  res  1414  Seventeenth 

Dunn  Patrick,  laborer,  res  1612  Myrtle 

Dunn  Patrick  H,  gardener,  res  L431  Webster 

Dunn  R  K.  dentist  1108|  Broadway,  res  1224  Franklin 

Dunn  Samuel  W,  book  agt,  res  692  Sycamore 

Dunn  Susan  M  Miss,  teacher,  res  L656  Webster 

Dunn  Thomas,  Laborer,  res  (->72  E  Sixteenth 

Dunn  Wilber  L,  paper  hanger  Fawcetl  Bros,  res  692  Syca- 
more 

Dunn  Wm,  cleaner  S  P  Co,  rea  1612  Myrtle 

Dunnavan  John,  paper  hanger,  res  1060  Broadway 

Dunne  James,  tailor,  rea  1617  Eighth 

Dunne  John,  clerk  S  P  Co,  S  F.  rea  B28  Myrtle 

Dunne  Patrick,  tailor,  res  1617  Eighth 

Dunne  Patrick  Jr,  tailor  I'  .1  O'Connor,  rea  L617  Eighth 

Dunne  Thomas,  clerk,  rea  1617  Eighth 

Dannetl  Georgie  Miss,  artist,  rea  378  E  Fifteenth 

Dunning  Terrence  S,  drug  clerk,  res  700  Twenty-sixth 

Dunphy  Thomas,  teacher  violin,  rea  764  Twentieth 


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Dunstan  John,  coachman  and  gardener  W  W  Cameron,  res  | 

1914  Telegraph  ave 
Dunster  John  H,  carpenter,  res  742  Peralta 
Dupont  G,  laborer,  res  728  Chestnut 
Duponte  Anton,  laborer,  res  1517  Third 
Du  Prat  Augustus,  clerk  S  F,  res  1057  Campbell 
Duran  A,  res  572  Tenth 
Duran  Agnes  Mrs,  res  572  Tenth 
Duran  Edward  C,  artist,  res  572  Tenth 
Durand  Sherwood,  horseman,  res  1666  Broadway 
Durant  Amos,  cleaner  S  P  Co,  res  586  Twentieth 
Durant  Amos,  clerk  S  P  Co,   res  San  Pablo  ave  cor  Folsom, 

Golden  Gate 
Durant  School,  S  GS  Dunbar  principal,  n  s  Twenty-eighth 

bet  Grove  and  West 
Durant  William  W,  musician,  res  600  Twelfth 
Duren  Alice  M  Miss,  teacher,  res  1405  Alice 
Durenberger  M,  bushelman  M    J    KEIjTjEB.,  res  1118 

Third 

Durham ,  carpenter,  res  363  Fifth 

Durham  Annie  Miss,  res  460  Sixth 

Durham  John,  gardener  Q  A  Chase,  res  Broadway  nr  Moss 

ave 
Durham  John  O,  inmate  Industrial    Home    for   the    Adult 

Blind,  res  same 
Durham  J  P  Mrs,  milliner  L  M  Reed  &  Co,  res  1116  Wash- 
ington 
Durham  William,  hostler  Hunt  Bros,  res  514  Fourteenth 
Durham  William  F,  res  1217  Harrison 
Durkee  Geo  W,  carpenter,  res  315  Eleventh 
Durkee Mrs,  San  Pablo  ave  nr    Klinkner  ave,  Golden 

Gate 
Durkin  Mary  E  Miss,    domestic    A    M  Simpson,   res    1265  ' 

Grove 
Durmont  J,  watchman  S  P  Co 

Durning  T  Geo,  mining  supt,  res  1663  Eleventh  ave 
Durning  Thomas  A  Jr.  clerk,  res  1614  Fifteenth 
Durning  Thomas  A,  printer,  S  F,  res  1614  Fifteenth 
Du  Rose  Alice  Miss,  res  1117  Poplar 
Du  Rose  Charles   H,    carpenter    Burnham-Standeford    Co, 

res  1117  Poplar 
Du  Rose  Francis   F,    propr    Palace    Baths,    S  F,    res    1117 

Poplar 

Durr Mrs,  packer  R  Franke  &  Co 

Durr  John  J,  shoemaker,  1508  Broadway,  res  same 
Durst  Emily  B  Miss,  res  1113  Adeline 


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Durst  Joachim,  res  1113  Adeline 

Dusinbury  Harry  E,  clerk  Geo  B  Seaman,  res  1228   Adeline 
Dusinbury  John  B,  res  1228  Adeline 
DUSINBURY  MYRON  T  (Dusinbury  &  Wurts) 

and  notary  public,  res  1228  Adeline 
DUSINBURY  &  WURTS  (Myron  T  Dusinbury 

and  Myron  L    Wurts)  real    estate   and    insurance,    467 

Ninth' 
Dusing  William,  millhand  California  Door  Co,  res  S  F 
Dusio  B,  laborer  Alameda  Macadamizing  Co's    quarry,   res 

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Dustin  James,  horse  trainer,  res  Park  ave  cor  Hollis,  Emery- 
ville 
Dutra    Tony,   Wentworth    Boot  and    Shoe    Co,    res    1413 

Eighteenth 
Dutton  Alfred    H,    collector  Enquirer    Publishing    Co,    res 

1312  San  Pablo  ave 
Dutton  John  W,   advertising    agt    Enquirer,    res  1312    San 

Pablo  ave 
Dutton  J  W    Mrs,    dressmaker,   1312    San    Pablo   ave,    res 

same 
Duval  Joseph,  carpenter,  W  T  Vietch,  res  762  Twentieth 
Duval  Oliver,  foreman  W  T  Veitch,  res  777  Fourteenth 
Da  Val  W  Moylan,  mfrs'  agt,  S  F,  res  1259  Alice 
Duvall  Frank,  employe  California  Jute  Mills 
Dwinell  I  E  Rev,  professor  Theological  Seminary,  res   460 

Plymouth  ave 
Dwyer  Bridget  Mr-,  res  1010  Third 
Dwyer  Daniel,  marble  and  granite  works,  nr  Mountain  View 

Cemetery  gate,  res  Piedmont  ave  nr  Cemetery 
Dwyer  James,  res  Alcatraz  ave  E  of  Adeline 
Dwyer  Thomas,  car  driver  Fourteenth  Street  Railway,  res 

1210  Peralta 
Dyekinan  Anna  R  Mrs.  widow,  res  1320  Broadway 
Dyer  A.  miner,  res  558  Sixth 

Dyer  Mi  —  .  Btudent  High  School,  res  966  Eighteenth 
Dyer  E  1  Mr-,  res  966  Eighteenth 
Dyer  Ernest  I. -indent  High  School, res 966 Eighteenth 
Dyer  Jennie  II  Mi--,  res  L257  Jackson 
Dyer  Harold  1'.  Bupt  Beet  Sugar  Manufacturing  Co,  res  966 

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Dyer  Henry  8,  sugar  expert,  s  F,  res  966  Eighteenth 

Hubert  P,  student  State  University,  res  966  Eighteenth 
Dyer  •!  A.  painter  P  \  ELuss,  res  513  Eleventh 
Dyer  Joseph  B,  stock  broker,  8  1".  rea  312  Fourteenth 
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Dyer  R  C  Dr,  electrician,  res  558  Sixth 
Dyer  Ruth  B  Miss,  res  1257  Jackson 
Dyke  Julia  A  Mrs,  widow,  res  161  Third 
Dynes  Wm  H,  conductor  S  P  Co,  res  1519  Eighth 
Dysart  W  W,  Pullman  Car  porter,  res  1868  Seventh 

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Eadie  James,  stone  cutter  Amador  Marble  Co,  res  Mountain 

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Eadon  Moses,  buyer  Hawley  Bros  Hardware  Co,  1261  Sixth  i  |        I 

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Eadon  Zillah  Miss,  res  1261  Sixth  ave 
Eads  C  A  Mrs,  dressmaking,  1017  Clay 
Eagan  E  Miss,  res  Welldon  House 
Eagan  John,  stone  cutter  D  Dwyer,  res  476  Twelfth 
Eagan  Tracv  Miss,  dressmaker,  res  Welldon  House 
EAGEN  &  HOGAN  (John  J    Eagen   and  Thos    P 

Hogan)  proprietors  Humboldt  Lumber  Co,  cor  Fourth 

and  Washington 
Eagen  John  J  (Eagen  &  Hogan)  res  567  Eighth 
Eager  Mary  Mrs,  res  1315  Twelfth  ave 
Eagle  Box    and    Manufacturing    Co,    Richard  Abbey  pres, 

George  Roeth  sec,  Alfred  Abbey  supt,  box  makers  and 

spruce  lumber  dealers,  611  and  615  Market 

EAGLE  PLANING  MILLS,  Tocole  &  Broadwell 

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Eagles  Wm  C,  res  817  Peralta 
Eames  Frank,  res  865  Center 
Eames  George  W,  conductor  S  P  Co,  res  837  Clay 
Earners  Jeane  Miss,  res  266  Thirteenth 
Eames  Louisa  C  Mrs,  res  865  Center 
Eames  Sarah  Miss,  student,  res  1465  San  Pablo  ave 
Earickson  E  J,  upholsterer,  res  1826  Adeline 
Earl  A  T  Mrs,  res  1219  Jefferson 
Earl  Catherine,  res  1113  Third 
Earl  George  J,  carpenter,  res  322  B 
Earl  Guy  C   (Hall  &  Earl)  atty-at-law   and  notary  public, 

957  Broadway,  res  1219  Jeffersou 
Earl  Katie  Mrs,  res  1113  Third 
Earl  W  Mrs,  tailoress,  res  1019  Broadway 
Earl  Walter,  plumber,  res  1091  Third 


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Earle  John  B.  note  teller 

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Earley  James,  employe  Judson  Manufacturing  Co,  res  Hollis 

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Earnest  Joseph    T,  commission   merchant,    S    F.    r< 
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mi  Wm  L,  city  editor  the  Oakland   Times 
Easter  Emma  Miss,  res  1718  San  Pablo  ave 

ster  John  W,  res  L718  San  Pablo  ave 
East<  r  I.   ura  E  Miss,  res  1718  San  Pablo  ave 
Mary  P  Miss,  res  1718  San  Pablo  ave 
Easter  Nettie  Miss,  res  1718  San  Pablo  ave 
Sherman  U,  res  1718  San  Pablo  ave 
Easterhrook  Thomas  L,  brickmason,  re-  1227  Peralta 
tern  Market,  T  J  Crowley  propr,  1561  Broadway 
-iham  Henry  8,  master  mariner,  res  519  E  Fourteenth 
Eastham  Maria  L  Mrs,  res  519  E  Fourteenth 

land  Alfred  T,  sec   Stockton   Gas    Light    and   Heat  Cm. 
S  F.  res  I  ralindo  Hotel 
EASTLAND  JOSEPH  Gr,  president  Oakland  I 

Light  and  Heat  Co,  (.>04  Broadwav.  res  Bon  Air 
Eastland  Saun  M,   crockery    and    glassware,   S  F,  res  L373 

Ninth 
EASTLAND  VAN  LEER,  superintendent  Oak- 
land Gas  Light  and  Heat  Co,  res  817  Grove 
Eastland  Win    II,    crockery  and   glassware,    S  F,  res    137:) 

Ninth 
Eastman  Bowman,  res  1322  Truth 

man  C  II,  commission  merchant,  S  F,  res  1057  Seventh 

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EASTMAN    FRANK  G,  superintendent   quarry 

Oakland  Paving  Co,  res  460  Twenty-fourth 
inian  Joel  A.  carpenter,  rea  L105  E  Twenty-second 
•man  Lottie  F  G  Miss,  res  460  Twenty-fourth 
man  Lu  E Miss,  rea  L223  Eleventh  ave 
tnian  Alfred,  res  L223  Eleventh  ave 
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EASTMAN  MOSES  H,  superintendent  The  Oak- 
land Paving  Co,  res  ■  '>■!   Valley 
■man   R   M   Miss,  res  460 Twenty-fourth 
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and  E  Fifteenth 
East  Oakland  Planing  Mill,  Miller  &  Co   proprs,  E  Twelfth 

bet  Fourteenth  and  Fifteenth  aves 
East  Oakland  Presbyterian  Church,  cor  E  Fourteenth  and 

Thirteenth  ave 
Easton  Berkeley,  printer  Tribune,  res  918  Harrison 
Easton  E  J  Mrs,  res  Winsor  Hotel 
Easton  Frederick,  employe  S  P  Co,  res  1772  Goss 
Easton  Irene  Miss,  dressmaker,  res  1373  Harrison 
Easton  James,  capitalist,  res  1373  Harrison 
Easton  Margaret  Miss,  res  1373  Harrison 
Eaton  Charles  H,  lumber  surveyor,  res  857  Myrtle 
Eaton  E  J  Mrs,  res  857  Myrtle 
Eaton  Henry  J,  laundry  man,  res  1379  Sixteenth 
Eaton  Horace  T,  student,  res  1379  Sixteenth 
Eaton  Grace  A  Miss,  res  857  Myrtle 
Eaton  Mary  Miss,  res  719  Eighth 

Ebeling  Fred,  clerk  Paul  J  Reilly,  res  904  Washington 
Ebeling  Mary  Mrs,  sausage,  467i  Eighth,  res  904  Washing- 
ton 
Ebell  Society,  mail  care  of  Mrs  Florence  Varney,  935  Fil- 
bert 
Eber  George,  carpenter,  res  533  Seventeenth 
Eber  John,  res  369  Eleventh 
Eber  John  W,  brick  layer,  res  369  Eleventh 
Eberlein  Charles  S,  sign  writer,  res  1741  Filbert 
Eberlein  Ida  Mrs,  res  1749  Filbert 
Ebson  Anthony,  res  1726  Pacific 
Eby  John  D,  mgr  Stearns  Manufacturing  Co,  S  F,  res  1213 

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Eccles  Robert,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Eccles  Wm  J,  painter  Farwell   &   Russell,  res   951   Thirty- 
fifth 
Eccleston  R  Mrs,  res  1220  Union 
Echlin  Charles  C,  clerk  Home  Mutual  Insurance  Co,  S   F, 

res  1010  Ewenty-eighth 
Echlin  James  A,  contractor  and  builder,  res  1010  Twenty- 
eighth 
Eckers  John  C,  carpenter,  res  Willamette  House 
Eckles  Ingabo  N  Mrs,  res  Golden  Gate 
Eckles  Jessie  L  Miss,  res  Golden  Gate 
Eckles  Nellie  M  Miss,  teacher  Bay  Public   School,  Golden 

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Eckles  Raymond,  foreman,  S  F,  res  Golden  Gate 


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Eclipse  Cracker  Co,  Max   C   H   Snuthenhaus   agt,  res  562 

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Eddiugs  A  E  Mrs,  res  Bravton  Block 
Eddings  William  C,  propf  "  The   Cave,"  473  Eleventh,  res 

Brayton  Block 
Eddy  Charles,  employe  Pacific  Iron  and   Nail  Co,  res   951-J- 

Third 
Eddy  Harrv,  emplove   Pacific  Iron  and   Nail  Co,   res   973 

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Eddy  Jennie  Mrs,  dressmaker,  res  1050  Third 
Eddy  M  J  Miss,  res  555  Nineteenth 
Edelen  Emma  Miss,  res  914  Peralta 
Edelen  R  L,  brick  mason,  res  560  Ninth 
Edgar  A,  fireman  S  P  Co,  res  802  Pine 
Edgar  A  M  Mrs,  res  2153  West 

Edgar  James,  miner,  res  Korty-first  nr  San  Pablo  ave 
Edgar  Margaret  J  Mrs,  res  2153  West 
EDGAR     ROBERT,    deputy     County     clerk,    res 

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Edgar  Samuel,  blacksmith  James  Galvin,  res  Berkeley 
Edgar  W  J,  fireman  S  P  Co,  res  Berkeley 
Edgar  W  J,  fireman  S  P  Co,  res  1863  William 
Edgcomb  Richard  P,  carpenter  S  P  Co,  res  811  Pine 
Edgecomb  Byron  W,  clerk  S  P  Co,  res  371  Fifth 
Edinger  F  S,  draughtsman  B  and  B  dept  S  P   Co,  res   1413 

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Edlund  Augusta,  domestic,  1020  Fourteenth 
Edmonds  Walter  J,  barber,  res  717  Sixth 
Edmunds  Catherine  Mrs,  res  228  E  Fourteenth 
Edoff  James  I\  commercial  traveler,  res  913  Grove 
Edouart  Percival  E,  stone  cutter  D   Dwyer,  res   2507   Pied- 
mont ave 
Edstrom  Thomas,  trunk  maker,  res  811  Center 
Edward  .Joseph  T,  laborer,  res  1864  Short 
1  Edward  William  F,  glove  maker,  S  F,  res  Golden  Gate 
Edwards  Mrs,   carpel    sewer  MoGovern  &  Cahill,  res  514 

Fifteenth 
Edwards  Mrs,  seamstress,  res  L278  San  Pablo  ave 
1  Edwards  Ada  Mi  —  ,  res  1064  Twelfth 
Edwards  Al,  clerk,  res  514  Fifteenth 
Edwards  Albert,  painter,  res  535^  Sixteenth 
Edwards    Ambrose    F,    jeweler    R    \V    Edwards,    res    1054 

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Edwards  Annie  Miss,  domestic  res  063  Center 
Edwards  Benjamin  P,  dentist    Broadway  cor   Seventh,   res 
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Edwards  C  C,  salesman  F  R  Girard,  res  Galindo  Hotel 

Edwards  Charles  Mrs,  res  656  Sixth 

Edwards  Charles  J,  laborer,  res  811  Brush 

Edwards  Charles  S,  butcher  H  F  Gieschen,  res  522  E  Four- 
teenth 

Edwards  Daniel  F,  mining,  res  1417  Tenth 

Edwards  David  H,  laborer,  res  811  Brush 

Edwards  D  R,  agt  M  J  KELLER,   1007-1009   Broad- 
way 

Edwards  E,  cooper  R  Franke  &  Co,  res  1921  Myrtle 

Edwards  Edward  Jr,  cooper,  res  1921  Myrtle 

Edwards  Emanuel,  laundry  man  Contra  Costa  Laundry 

Edwards  Evan  J,  coachman  A  K  P  Harmon,  res  481  Twenty- 
fourth 

Edwards  F,  foreman  S  P  Co,  res  765  Willow 

Edwards  F  J,  res  1224  Tenth 

Edwards  Florence  Miss,  res  811  Brush 

Edwards  Frederick  J,  oyster  dealer,  res  1224  Tenth 

Edwards  George,  laborer  Judson  Manufacturing  Co,  res  237 
Hannah 

Edwards  Geo  C,  asst  prof  mathematics  State  University  and 
senior  mathematics  Hopkins  Academy 

Edwards  George  H,  gripman   OCR  Co,  res  683  Sycamore 

Edwards  George  W,  freight  employe  S  P  Co,  res  1420  Tenth 

Edwards  Gertrude  Miss,  res  811  Brush 

Edwards  H  Fred,  horse  trainer,  res  522  E  Fourteenth 

Edwards  Henry,  butcher  Victor  Gilardin,  res  1226  Twelfth 
ave 

Edwards  James,  farmer,  res  1226  Twelfth  ave 

Edwards  James  L,  night  watchman,  res  811  Brush 

Edwards  John  G,  res  520  Tenth 

Edwards  John  H,  nailer  Pacific  Nail  Works,  res  662  Sixth 

Edwards  John  J,  engineer  S  P  Co,  res  1725  Seward 

Edwards  Josephine  Miss,  res  1226  Twelfth  ave 

Edwards  Kittie  Miss,  res  1054  Twelfth 

Edwards  Lenora  Mrs,  res  1713  Chase 

Edwards  Marion  Miss,  res  1054  Twelfth 

Edwards  Maroni,  capitalist,  res  927  Myrtle 

Edwards  Mary  Miss,  res  662  Sixth 

Edwards  Mary  E  Mrs,  res  1169  Tenth  ave 

Edwards  May  Miss,  res  516  Fifth 

Edwards  Perry  Mrs,  res  769  Jefferson 

Edwards  Peter,  laborer  California  Pottery  and  Terra  Cotta 
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EDWARDS  ROBT  W,  jeweler,  963  Broadwav,  res 
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Edwards   Walter  J,  engineer  S  P  Co,  res  1725  Seward 

Edwards  William,  blacksmith,  res  1003  Fifth 

Edwards  William  S,  caterer  Berkeshire  House.  S  F,  res  683 

Sycamore 
Eells  Charles  P,  lawyer,  S   F,   res   San  Pablo  ave  nr  Forty- 
seventh 
Eells    C    P    Mrs,  pres  Callustro    Co,  res    San  Pablo  ave  nr 

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Egan  Patrick,  foreman  S  F  Tool  Co,  res  cor  Twenty- fourth 

and  Lee  ave 
Egan  Patrick  J,  clerk  William  Walsh,  res  1320  Peralta 
Egbert  Charles,  customs  officer  S  F,  res  975  Cypress 
Egenbarger  Bernhardt,  employe  Fisher's  Bakery 
Eggart  Anton,  hostler,  New  York  Bakery,   res    908    Broad- 
way 
Eggers  George,  polisher,  res  1221  Adeline 
Eggers  George  F  P,  stenographer,  res  1221  Adeline 
Eggers  Kate  Miss,  res  1221  Adeline 
Eggers  Oscar,  nurse  Oakland  Hospital 
Eggleston  Fred  E,  carpenter,  res  1122  E  Seventeenth 
Egleston  Charles,    newspaper    carrier,    res    s  s   Fortieth    nr 

Grove 
Egleston  George  A,  conductor  OCR  Co,    res    Fortieth  bet 

Grove  and  Telegraph  ave 
Egleston  Lydia  Mrs,  widow,  res  s  s  Fortieth    bet  Grove  and 

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Ehenery  Mrs,  res  S14  Clay 
Ehrenberg  Pauline  Miss,  rl27S  Fifth  ave 
Ehrenberg  Theresa  Mrs,  res  127S  Fifth  ave 
Ehrenberg  Tlnodore,  bookkeeper  S  F,  res  1278  Fifth  ave 
Ehrenberg  Walter,  res  1278  Fifth  ave 
Ehle  Sarah  J  Mrs,  res  718  Filbert 
Eibach  Charles,  fresco  painter  S  F,  r<  -  976  Chester 
Eiben  Fred  <i  (Eiben  &  Nor,  res  943  Peralta 
EIBEN  &  NOR,    (Fred  (J  Eiben  and  Andrew  J  Nor) 
ries,  fruit,  wines  and  Liquors,   1572-1574  Seventh 
Eibea  Alexand<  r  O,    carpenter,  rea  930  Poplar 
I  I      ■       -  Mrs,  music  teacher,  rea  930  Poplar 

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Eibes  Win  A.  collector  Sunset  Telephone  Co,  res  930  Poplar 
Eicbel  Frederick  F,  Bhoemaker  Emeryville,  pea  same 
Eichenbi  rg(  r  E,  photographic  art  gallery,  510  Seventh,  rea 
sain*' 

benberger  Lambert,  photographer  S  F,  olden  Gate 

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Eichler  Benry,  tailor,  r<  -  2219  Andover 


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Eicke  Augusta  Miss,  res  1262  Eighth 

Eicker  Lizzie  Miss,  res  1262  Eighth 

Eien  Christian  C,  carpenter  Burnham-Standford  Co,  res  664 

Twenty-sixth 
Eiferle  Christ,  saloon,  res   Old  County  Road,  nr  Fruit  Vale 

ave 
Eighmy  M  J  Mrs,  dressmaker,  res  961  Eighth 
Eighmy  Rosetta  Miss,  res  961  Eighth 
Eighth  Avenue  Methodist  Episcodal  Church,  Rev  H  B  Ha- 

cock  pastor,  cor  Eighth  ave  and  E  Seventeenth 
Eisen  Albert  F,  millwright  S  F,  res  843  Franklin 
Eisen  J  H,  moulder,  Oakland  Iron  Works,  res  S  F 
Eitel  Charles  H,  tallyman  Simpson  &  Co  S  F,  res  820  Henry 
Eitell  Georgina  Mrs,  res  1376  Seventernth 
Ekensteen  August,  clerk  S  F,  res  1155  Campbell 
Eland  Robert,  laborer,  res  317i  Seventh 
Elbrecht  L  Miss,  res  941  Filbert 
ELDER  ALEX,  bookkeeper  Brigham,  Hoppe  &  Co,  S 

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Elder  Catherine  A  Mrs,  res  458  Eleventh  » 
Elder  Etta  S  Miss,  teacher  Lincoln  School  res  1406  Alice 
Elder  Frank  D,  pressman  Oakland  Enquirer,  res  529  Eighth 
Elder  Robert  C,  clerk,  res  941  Adeline 
Elder  Sarah  C  Mrs,  res  941  Adeline 
Elder  Win  G,  clerk  Brigham,  Hoppe    &    Co,    S    F,    res  941 

Adeline 

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Walker  manager,  377  Eleventh,  telephone  130 

Eldridge  E  S  Mrs,  res  304  Fourteenth 

Eldridge  Sylvester  A,  insurance  broker,  S  F,  res  304  Four- 
teenth 

ELECTRO  GERMICIDE  CO,  L  L  Woodman- 
see  manager,  426  Fourteenth 

Elerath  John  R,  contractor,  res  966  Castro 

ELEVENTH  STREET  MARKET,  Henry  F 

Gieschen  proprietor,  beef,  mutton,  pork,  veal  and  sau- 
sages, 466  Eleventh 

Elfen  Odin,  floorman  Grand  Central  Stables,  res  NW  cor 
Webster  and  Twelfth 

Elford  Elizabeth  Mrs,  res  562  E  Eleventh 

Elford  Mary  E  Miss,  res  562  E  Eleventh 

Elford  Wm  R,  sash  maker  Burnham-Standeford  Co,  res 
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Elford  W  L,  employe  Burnham-Standeford  Co,  res  1911 
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Elg  Annie,  domestic  Chas  D  Havens,  res  Eighth  bet  Adeline 

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Elgin  William  G,  tinner,  S  F,  res  1259  Center 
Eliasen  Martin  E,  cabinet  maker,  res  1607  Market 
Eliason  A,  res  752  Sixteenth 

Eliason  H  D,  news  dealer,    465    Fourteenth,    res    752    Six- 
teenth 
Eliot  Chas  E,  propr  Henry  House,  462  Ninth,  res  same 
Elite  Social  Club  Dancing  School,  1064  Washington 
Elkan  Abraham,  shoemaker,  374  Twelfth,  res  same 
Ellard  Frederick  S,  engineer  California    Door  Co,    res    972 

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Ellard  Herbert  W,  salesman,  S  F,  res  972  Cypress 
Ellard  Walter  H,  engineer  California  Door  Co,  res  972    Cy- 
press 
Ellen  Charles,  employe  S  P  Co,  res  707  Chester 
Ellenberger  Caspar,  employe  East    Oakland    Planing    Mill, 

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Ellerhorst  Etta  Miss,  teacher  Hayes  District  School,    res    E 

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Ellery  Frank  A,   employe    Judson    Manufacturing    Co,   res 

Commercial  Union  Hotel 
Elliott  Annie  Miss,  teacher,  res  861  Harrison 
Elliott  Charles  H,  laborer  A  D  Pryal,  res  Vernon  ave 
Elliott  C  N  Mrs,  res  357  Eleventh 

ELLIOTT  &  COLVILLE  (Frank    L    Elliott    and 
Frank  C  Colville)  proprietors  Pacific  Electrical  Works, 
922  Broadway  (see  adv  right  hand  margin  line) 
Elliott  Fontain,  res  1407  Franklin 
Elliott  Prank,  night   watchman    Hall    of  Records,    res    569 

Fifth 
Elliott   Frank  L  (Elliott  &  Colville)  res  357    Eleventh 
Elliott  Frekerick,  capitalist,  res  L375  Sixteenth  ave 
Elliott  George,  tack  maker,  Judson   Works,  res  1226  Union 
Elliott  Ida  M.  employe  California  Hosiery  Co,  res  508^  Fif- 
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Elliott  James,  teamster  Taylor  A:  Co,  res  s_7  Brush 
Elliott  Jennie  M  iss,  rea  657  ( rrove 
Elliott  John,  tack  maker  .Judson  \\'<>rks,  res  2126  Union 
Elliott  Kittie  C  Miss,  res  L591  Telegraph  ave 
Elliott  Mar\  Miss, dressmaker,  res  as  Spring  nr  Adeline 
Elliott  Matthew,  janitor  Emeryville  Public  School,  res   n  s 

Spring  ni-  Adeline 
Elliott  Maiy  Mrs,  widow,  rea  1929  Union 
Elliott   Robert,  teamster  Eagle  Bos  and  Manufacturing  Co, 
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Elliott  Susie  Miss,  res  1591  Telegraph  ave 

Elliott  Wm  L,  conductor  S  P  Co,  res  1022  Peralta 

Ellis  A  A  Mrs,  res  Beulah  Park 

Ellis  Carrie  M  Miss,  teacher  Swett  School/res  1351  Fourth 

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Ellis  Charles,  fruit  raiser,  res  666  E  Thirty-fifth 
Ellis  Charles  H,  armorer  Cavalry  Hall,  res  1205  West 
Ellis  Dennis,  clerk,  res  1326  Eleventh  ave 
Ellis  Felix  D,  insurance  clerk,  S  F,  res  1227  Ninth  ave 
Ellis  George,  barber,  2961  Telegraph  ave,  res  same 
Ellis  Harry,  employe  August  Kracke,  res  471  Twenty-second 
Ellis  Helen  Mrs,  widow,  res  1069  Ninth  ave 
Ellis  Henry  C,  commission  merchant,  S  F,  res  1014  Myrtle 
Ellis  John  F,  printer  H  S  Crocker,   S    F,  res   1069  Ninth 

ave 
Ellis  John  H,  painter,  res  1326  Eleventh  ave 
Ellis  Mary  C,  teacher  Grant  School,  res  572  Tenth 
Ellis  Richard,  helper  S  P  Co,  res  803  Willow 
Ellis  Robert,  shipping  clerk  Judson   Manufacturing  Co,  res 

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Ellis  W  G,  mfr  jeweler,  954   Broadway,  res  1119  Filbert 
Ellstor  Gus,  butcher  Henry  Jund,  res  n  s  Forty-seventh  nr 

Grove 
Ellsworth  Annie  Mrs,  res  703  Adeline 
Ellsworth  Henry  P,  harness  maker,  S  F,  res  703  Adeline 
ELLSWORTH  JOHN,  judge  Superior  Court,  De- 
partment 3,  res  Alameda 
Ellsworth   John  T,  tailor,  res  1518  Curtis 
Ellsworth  L  Mrs,  dressmaker,  1108^  Broadway,  res  same 
Elmer  Henry,  driver  J  R  Mott,  res  1367  Broadway 
Elming  Frank,  gardener  R  G  Byxbee,  res  Fruit  Gale  ave 
Elmore  George  W,  machinist,  S  F,  res  691  Thirty-fourth 
Elmore  George  W  Mrs,  dressmaker,  res  691  Thirty-fourth 
Elms  John  J,  carpet  layer,  res  702  Twenty-sixth 
El  Pinal  Vineyard,  W  M  Watson  &  Co  agts,  474  Eleventh 
Elsey  Charles,  farmer,  res  653  Eleventh 
Eltzholtz  Carl  F  Rev,   pastor   Norwegian   and   Danish  M  E 

Church,  res  1013  Willow 
Elvidge  Annie  A  Miss,  res  912  Poplar 
Elvidge  Charles,  draughtsman,  S  F,  res  912  Poplar 
Elvidge  Fred  H,  Western   Manufacturing  Co,  S  F,  res  912 

Poplar 
Elvidge  G  Ford,  bookkeeper,  S  F,  res  912  Poplar 
Elvin  Daniel,  gardener,  res  1310  Grove 
Elwood  Mary  E  Mrs,  res  1316  Eighth  ave 
Elwood  Matthew,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  520  Fifth 


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Ely  Annie  Mrs,  widow,  res  1218  Twenty-sixth 

Ely  George  J,  dairy,  res  1218  Twenty-sixth 

Ely  George  S  B,  engineer,  res  812  Chester 

Ely  Susan  L  Miss,  res  1218  Twenty-sixth 

Elzv  Even  J,  mining  supt,  res  260  Fifth 

Elzv  Irena  Mrs,  res  260  Fifth 

Elzy  Mabel  Miss,  res  260  Fifth 

El/.y  Maud  Miss,  res  260  Fifth 

Eme  C  Ernest,  engineer  S  P  Co,  res  1376  Eighth 

Fine  (Maude,  capitalist,  res  1355  Eighth 

Emerson  Blanche  Mrs,  teacher  of  French,  Blake  House,  res 

same 
Emerson  Frederick,  machinist,  res  1836i  Seventh 
Emerson   Irene   Mrs,   dressmaker    H    T  Williams,   res  473 

Seventh 
Emerson  Julia  S  Miss,  res  70  E  Twelfth 
Kmerson  Lendon  C,  electrician,  S  F,  res  1336  Adeline 
Emerson  \\ ni  IT,  laborer,  res  504  E  Fifteenth 
Emery  Charles  C,  'leaner  S  P  Co,  res  1021  Kirkham 
Emery    District    School,  Forty-first  bet  San   Pablo  ave  and 

Adeline,  E  L  Knowlton  principal 
Emery  George  F.  traveling  agt,  S  F,  res  1021  Kirkham 
Emery  J  S,  res  San  Pablo  ave  cor  Park  ave 
Emery  John  Rev,  rector  St  Andrew's  Episcopal  Church,  res 

1009  Adeline 
Emery  Lillie  B  Mrs,  widow,  res  1300  Webster 
Emery  Moses,  capitalist,  res  The  Brunswick 
EMERY  TC,  wood,  coal,  hay  and  grain.  1694  Seventh. 

rea  680  Thirty-fourth 
Emery  Wallace   R,  foreman  California  Cotton  Mills  Co,  r 

615  Twenty-third  a\ 
Emery  Walter  A.  student, rea  L20]  Kirkham 
Emery  Wm,  Laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Emeryville  post-office,  Judson  C  Coburn  post  master 
Emiglio  L.  Laborer  Alameda  Macadamizing  Go's  quarry,  res 

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Emir  Manuel,  r<  -  822  E  Twelfth 
Emlay  Fred  E  (0  Emlay  &  Sons)  res  B98  Twenty-fifth 
Bmlay  Louie  A  |  <  I  Emlay  A  Sons)  res  678  Twenty-fourth 
Emlay  Oliver  (0  Emlay  6  Sons)  res  690  Twenty-fifth 
Emlay  ( >  A  Bona  (Oliver,  Louie  A  and  F  E  Emlay)  harm 

ddlerj  and  carrii  ges,  l  l 60  Broadway 
Emminger  L  \l  iss,  r<  -  L104     Marl 
Emmona  1 1  < '.  rea  Nucleus  I  [ouse 
Emmona   M   J   Mrs,  propr   Nucleus  Souse,  L270  San  Pablo 

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Emond  C,  clerk,  S  F,  res  125  Hannah 

Enirich  Peter,  butcher  La  Coste  &  Co,  res  Stock  "Yard> 

Enas  George  H,  master  mariner,  res  1306  Twelfth  ave 

Ench  Frank,  res  1757  Tenth  ave 

Encinal    Flour  Mills,  Gould   &   Williamson  proprs,  751-3 

Washington 
Encines    L,    employe    Brooklyn    Lumber    Yard,    res    1076 

Fourteenth  ave 
Enders  Solomon,  farmer,  end  of  High,  Fruit  Vale 
Enders  Wm,  student,  end  of  High,  Fruit  Vale 
Enderud  Louis,  res  2012  Broadway 
Engelbreth  Jeppe  H  (Robertson  &  Engelbreth)  res  NW  cor 

E  Eleventh  and  Thirteenth  ave 
Engelund  Joseph,  car  driver,  res  1320  Kirkhani 
Engine  Co  No   1,  0  F   D,  W  B   Scribner  foreman,  517  Fit- 

teenth 
Engine  Co  No  2,  0  F  D,  A  Bailey  foreman,  468-470  Sixth 
Engine  Co   No    3,  O   F    D,  James    Galavan   foreman,  1671 

Eighth 
Engine  Co  No  4,  O  F  D,  W  C  White  foreman,  E  Fourteenth 

bet  Twelfth  and  Thirteenth  aves 
Engine  Co  No  6,  O  F  D,  John  Rutherford  foreman,  cor  Mil- 
ton and  Market 
Englebright  Henry,  blacksmith  S  P  Co,  res  1671  Seward 
Englehardt  Henry,  carpenter,  res  1830  Seventh 
Engling  Gustave,  tinsmith,  S  F,  res  1263  Seventh  ave 
English    Edward,    deputy    pound   keeper,    res    Adeline    nr 

Twenty-sixth 
English  Francis  M,  private  tutor,  res  1313  Seventh  ave 
English  Frederick,  clerk,  S  F,  res  1017  Jackson 
English  J,  cleaner  S  P  Co,  res  1672  E  Third 
English  James,  lumber  surveyor,  S  F,  res  1672  Pacific 
English  John   C,  teamster  Central  Lumber  Yard,  res  1672 

Pacific 
English  John  M,  capitalist,  res  1017  Jackson 
English  John  T,  carpenter,  res  1622  Myrtle 
English  Warren  B,  stock  broker,  S  F,  res  126S  Harrison 
English    William    D,    harbor    commissioner,  S    F,  res    128 

Tenth 
Engs  John  S,  mgr  Park  &  Lacy  Co,  S  F,  res  1240  Adeline 
Engs  Edwin  W,  student,  res  1240  Adeline 
Engs  Otis  W,  student  High  School,  res  1240  Adeline 
Engvick  Annie  Miss,  res  1079  E  Fifteenth 
Engvick  Knud,  carpenter  and  builder,  res  1079  E  Fifteenth 
Engvick  Mary  Miss,  res  1079  E  Fifteenth 
Ennis  Harriet  Mrs,  res  314  Sixth 


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Ennis  K  Mrs,  res  46H  Fourth 

Ennis  Wm,  stoker  Engine  No  3,  O  F  D,  res  1713  Eighth 

Enois  Joseph,  boots  and  shoes,  1511  Seventh,  res  810  Lewis 

Enois  Manuel  J,  barber  John  Thomas,  res  810  Lewis 

Enos  Antone,  cabinet  maker,  S  F,  res  1685  Twelfth 

Enos  Catherine  Miss,  res  759  Willow 

Enos  Frank,  laborer,  res  666  E  Sixteenth 

Enos  Erank,  laborer  S  P  Co 

Enos  Henry  C,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  908  Pine 

Enos  Joseph,  buckler  F  C  Havens,  res  Vernon  Heights 

Enos  Joseph,  varnisher,  res  Forty-third  bet  Grove  and  West 

Enos  Joseph,  tallyman  Taylor  &  Co,  res  1251  Fifteenth  ave 

Enos  Joseph,  laborer,  res  416  Third  (rear) 

Enos  Joseph,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 

Enos  Manuel,  laborer,  res  1251  fifteenth  ave 

Enos  Nancy  Mrs,  res  802  Wood 

Enos  Thomas  A,  fireman  S  P  Co,  res  802  Wood 

Enos  Tony,  carpenter,  res  920  E  Sixteenth 

ENQUIRER   PUBLISHING  CO,  Frank  A 

Leach  president  and  manager,  960  Broadway 
Enright  John   J,   waiter  F   P   Merrell,   res   cor  Ninth  and 

Franklin 
Enright  Wm,  cook  F  P  Merrell  res  463  Seventh 
Ensign  Charles  H,  engineer  O  C   R  Co,  res  s  s  Columbus 

ave  bel  Telegraph  ave  and  Maple 
ENTERPRISE   MARKET,   Ems!    &  Neumau 

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Enterprise  Printing  Office,  W  B  Moody  propr,  509  Eleventh 
Entzmann  Arnold,  res  1171  Seventh 
En wright  John,  new-paper  man,  res  403  Ninth 
Episcopal  Mission  Sunday  School,  650  Broadway 
Epler  Annie  Mi--,  res  1375  Broadway 
Epler  Bae  Miss,  res  L375  Broadway 
Epler  James  T.  clerk  Henry  Boyer,  res  1375  Broadway 
Epler  .lane-  M.  atty-at-law,  res  L375  Broadway 
Epley   John    W.    grocer    Mil     San    Table   ave,    res    664 

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Epstein  M.  driver  Oakland  Bottle  Yard,  res  S  F 
Equity    Building   and    Loan  Association,  .1    B  McChesney 
l»n-,  Q  l;  Willard  sec,  office  457  Ninth 

iw  P  I.  l»ark«.  pei-.  res  L3734  Broadway 
Erickson  Amanda,  domestic,  L326  Linden 
Erickson  Andrew,  gardener,  res  1923  Union 
Erickson  A  nna  M  M  >3  Jefferson 

i'ckson  August,  carpenter,  res  17  11  Myrtle 
Erickson  B,  dri  uitra  Costa  Laundry,  res  same 

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Erickson  Eric,  tailor   Niels   Larsen,   res   cor  Eleventh   and 
Broadway 

Erickson  Eric  J,  upholsterer,  res  1826  Adeline 

Erickson  Eric  J  Jr,  clerk,  res  1826  Adeline 

Erickson   Fred    A,   pilot    steamer   San    Joaquin,   res    1012 
Twenty-fourth 

Erickson  Hamlin,  laborer,  res  213  Haven 

Erickson  Hutchin  on,  laborer,  res  213  Haven 

Erickson  Hilma,  domestic,  1315  Grove 

Erickson  J,  car  maker    Burnham-Standeford  Co,  res    1712 
Chestnut 

Erickson  John,  cabinet  maker,  res  579  Twentieth 

Erickson  Swan,  carpenter,  res  1122  Campbell 

Ernest  Annie  Mrs,  res  1614  Telegraph  ave 

Ernest  James  H,  machinists  F,  res  1711  Lincoln 

ERNST    &    NEUMAN  (Paul  Ernst  and   P    Neu- 
man),  Enterprise  Market,  854  Market  and  855  West 

Ernst  Paul  (Ernst  &  Neuman),  res  Temescal 

Erskine  Wilbur  F,  first   officer    steamer    St   Paul,  res  1362 
Eleventh  ave 

Erwin  James  W,  inspector    Post-office  Department  S  F,  res 
1169  Tenth  ave 

Erwin  W,  painter  S  P  Co,  res  West  Oakland  House 

Eschbacher  Louise  Miss,  res  572  Tenth 

Eschbacher  Louise  M  Miss,  res  1330  Adeline 

Eschbacher  M  L  Mrs,  res  1330  Adeline 

Eschbacher  William,  res  572  Tenth 

Escorce  Manuel,  laborer  Melrose  Smelting  Works,    res  Bay 
nr  Melrose  Station 

Esmond  Frank,  butcher,  Golden  Gate,  res  Lorin 

Espejo  Tgnacia  Mrs,  res  1366  Brush 

Espejo  John  C,  salesman  W  H  Nolan  &  Co,  res  1366  Brush 

Espejo  Louis  B,  salesman  S  F,  res  1366  Brush 

Espejo  P  P,  clerk  S  F,  res  1170  Fifth 

Esperanza  John,  laborer  C  C  W  Co,  Lake  Temas^al 

Estacia  Antone,  solicitor  Wheeler  &  Wilson  Manufacturing 
Co,  res  813  Wood 

Estey  Charles,  harness  maker  C  O   Evans,  res    535    Seven- 
teenth 

Estey  Fred,  carpenter,  res  828  Kirkham 

Estey  John  C,  stone  mason,  res  535  Seventeenth 

Estey  Minnie  V  Miss,  bookkeeper    Contra   Costa    Laundry, 
office  Broadwav,    res  535  Seventeenth 

Estill  R  K  Mrs,  res  176  Ninth 

Estudillo  Luis,  teamster,  res  Grove  bet  Forty-first  and  Forty- 
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Ettore  Gacciarino,  cook  John  Slavich,  res  651  Myrtle 

Euler  John,  car    driver  Fourteenth-Street  Railway  Co,    res 
1134  Kirkham 

EUREKA  FLY  STICKING  PAPER  CO, 

E  G  Low  proprietor,  66  Valley 
EUREKA  HOTEL,  Ruedy  &  Voegelin  proprietors, 

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EUREKA  PARK,  San  Pablo  ave,  Golden  Gate 
Eurico  Gallo,  laborer  P  C  R  quarry,  res  same 
Euson  James  II,  engineer  S  P  Co,  res  86S  Willow 
Eustace  Annie  Mrs,  res  1810  William 
Eustace  Edward,  cleaner  S  P  Co,  res  1810  William 
Eustace  Frank  L,  cleaner  S  P  Co,  1810  William 
Eustace    John,    machinist    Oakland    Iron   Works,    res   804 

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Eustace  Richard,  blacksmith,  res  804  Castro 
Evangelical  Lutheran  Zion  Church  (German)  IT  Theiss  pas- 
tor, XE  cor  Thirteenth  and  Clay 
Evans  Augusta  D  Mrs,  res  2207  Adeline 
Evans  Caradoc  A,  blacksmith  Chicago  Safe  and  Lock  Co, 

S  F,  res  212  Fourth 
Evans  Charles,  master  mariner,  res  420  Fifth 
Evans  Charles  I),  dairyman,  Prescott  nr  Redwood,  Roa  resd 

Bame 
Evan-  Charles  .1.  clerk,  res  2207  Adeline 
Evans  Charles  0,  bar  keeper  Rodgers  Bros,  res  1064  Elev- 
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Evans  C   0,   harness    and    carriages,    agt    for    Studebaker's 
buggies,  I'd  7  Broadway  and   1318  Telegraph   ave,  res 
1369  Broadway 
Evan-  Edward,  employe  S  P  Co,  res  1716  Seward 

ing  Eliza  Miss,  res  684  Twenty-fifth 
Evans  Esther  Miss,  domestic  I  L  Requa,  res  Piedmont 

v    Eva  Miss,  res  1064  Eleventh  ave 
Evans  Harry,  fireman  City  Brass  Works,  res  L064  Eleventh 

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Evan-  Henry  A,  shoemaker  Wentworth  Bool  and  Shoe  Co, 
Eureka  Hotel 
ins  Herbert,  dairyman,  Prescott   ur   Redwood  Road  res 

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hi-  I  [omer,  printer,  S  l\  res  l  260  Market 
ii-  Howell,  emyloye   Michigan    Furniture  Co,  res   Park 
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Evans  Joetta  V  Miss,  res  2207  Adeline 

Evans  John,  cashier,  res  1257  E  Eleventh 

Evans  John,  employe  S  P  Co,  res  623  Park  ave,  E  Oakland 

Evans  Joseph  F,  atty-at-law,  S  F,  res  2207  Adeline 

Evans  Lavinia  Miss,    employe    California    Hosiery    Co,  res 

1064  Eleventh  ave 
Evans  Maggie  Miss,  waitress  Franklin  Hotel 
Evans  Mary  A  Mrs,  res  1534  West 
Evans  M  E  Mrs,  res  604  Seventeenth 
Evans  M  L  Mrs,  res  1064  Eleventh  ave 
Evans  R  G,  repairer  S  P  Co 

Evans  Robert  P,  salesman  Richard  Jones,  res  955  Broadway 
Evans  Solon,  cabinet  maker,  res  458  E  Seventeenth 
EVANS  TALIESIN  (Popular  R  R  Guide  Co)  res 

212  Fourth 
Evans  Thomas,  marble  polisher  Western  Granite  and  Mar- 
ble Co,  res  1322  San  Pablo  ave 
Evans  Thomas  R,  machinist,  res  Clark  nr  Melrose   Station 
Evans  Wallace  D,  printer,  res  2207  Adeline 
Evans  William,  laborer,  res  Franklin  Hotel 
Evans  W  R,  bookkeeper  Domestic  Sewing  Machine   Co,  S 

F,  res  914  Brush 
Evants  M  M  Mrs,  propr  Areata  House,  1228  San  Pablo  ave, 

res  same 
Evants  W   C,    mgr  Pneumatic    Evaporator    Co,    1228    San 

Pablo  ave,  res  same 
Evatt  Edward,  salesman,  S  F,  res  1374  Seventh 
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Everest  Hiram  B,  res  1389  Alice 

Everett  E,  member  Board  of  Education,  res  719  Eighth 
Everett  Frank,  traveling  agt,  S  F,  res  512  E  Fifteenth 
Everett  Geo  L,  clerk,  S  F,  res  1101  Adeline 
Everett  Sebastian  L,   publisher   Wood  and   Iron,   S  F,    res 

1101  Adeline 
Evers  Antone,  cabinet  maker,  res  613  Ninth 
Evers  Clara  C    Miss,  artificial  flower  maker,  S  F,  res   769 

Lydia 
Evers  Geo  J,  butcher,  res  769  Lydia 
Evers  H  E  L,  funeral  director  Henry   Evers,  res  1418  San 

Pablo  ave 
EVERS  HENRY,  undertaker  and  County  Coroner, 

865  Washington,  res  1418  San  Pablo  ave 
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Evers  Mary  Miss,  hairdresser,  S  F,  res  769  Lydia 

Everson  Etta  Miss,  res  1269  Filbert 

Everson  J  C  Mrs,  propr  Remillard    Block,  14164  San  Pablo 

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Everson  John  C,  carpenter,  res  1416^  San  Pablo  ave 
Everson  Mamie  Miss,  res  1269  Filbert 
Everson  Mark  (W  &  M  Everson)  res  1102  Peralta 
Everson  Wallace  (W  &  M  Everson)  and  pres  Pacific  Secu- 

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Everts  Charles  P  (Everts  &  Co)  res  Galindo  Hotel 
Everts  Philetus  (Everts  &  Co)  res  S  F 
Evoy  Lottie  E  Miss,  res  1024  Chester 
Evoy  Mary  J  Mrs,  widow,  res  1024  Chester 
Ewald  J  Edward,  operator  S  P  Co,  res  Alameda 
Ewell  J,   nailer  Eagle   Box  and  Manufacturing    Co,  res  159 

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Ewer  W  B,  pres  Malthine  Manufacturing  Co,  res  S  F 
Ewer  Win,  pile  driver,  res  759£  Castro 
Ewert  A  H,  jeweler,  S  F,  res  1459  Eighth 
Ewing  Claude  V,  salesman,  res  758  Sixteenth 
Swing  J  Carroll,  bookkeeper,  res  758  Sixteenth 
Ewing  Leila  Miss,  res  758   Sixteenth 
Ewing  Samuel  E,  machinist  Domestic  Sewing  Machine  Co, 

res  355  Tenth 
Ewing  Thomas,  mining  operator,  res  Vernon  Heights 
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Expositor  (The),  published  monthly  by  Herman   P  Brown, 

editor  and  propr,  619   Nineteenth 
Ey  Alfred,  stripper  H  Glor,  res  cor  Thirty-ninth  and  Tele- 
graph ave 

Emit,  boots   and   shoes,    175G  Telegraph    ave,   res  545 

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Henry  E,  boots  and  shoes,   17.")*;  Telegraph  ave,  res 

Thirty-ninth 
Eyoon  WP,  employe  PMSS  Co,  res  The  Olive 
Eyrich  engim        3  l\  res  1470  Fifth 

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Fabens  Hurbert  S,  conductor  S  P  Co,  res  1470  Seventh 

Fabens  Lena  Miss,  res  1470  Seventh 

Fabiola  Hospital  Association,  Mrs    T    A   Leighton  matron, 

NE  cor  Broadway  and  Moss  ave 
Fabrique  B  C,  physician,  res  511  Tenth 
Faessler  Louisa  Mrs,  res  1827  Adeline 
Faessler  Wm,  watchmaker  and  jeweler,  468£   Seventh,  res 

cor  Twenty-second  ave  and  E  Twelfth 
Fagan  Ann  Mrs,  res  1629  Lincoln 
Fagan  Joseph,  shoemaker,  1756  Seventh 
Fagan  Lucy  A  Miss,  res  1629  Lincoln 
Fagen  Wm,  carpenter,  res  826  Wood 
Fagiol  Alamedio,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Fahrenholz  Dora  Miss,  tailoress,  res  1723  Thirteenth 
Fahrenholz  Henry  E,  res  1723  Thirteenth 
Fahrenholz  John  R,  mariner,  res  1723  Thirteenth 
Fairbank  Ella  S  Mrs,  widow,  res  534  Fifteenth 
Fairbanks  Irving  J,  student  High   School,  res  770  Twenty- 
second 
Fairbanks  Jonathan,  painter,  res  770  Twenty-second 
Fairbanks  Rollo  D,  res  864  Washington 
Fairchild  Bertha  E  Miss,  res  1704  Seward 
Fairchild  Chas  A,  miner,  Calaveras  Co,  res  846  Seventeenth 
Fairchild  E,  res  Beulah  Park 
Fairchild  E  J,  res  703  Castro 
Fairchild  Helen  Miss,  res  565  Eleventh 
Fairchild  James  A,  miner,  res  846  Seventeenth 
Fairchild  Judd  H,  salesman  E  Hook,  res  565  Seventeenth 
Fairchild  Lulu  D  Miss,  res  1704  Seward 
Fairchild  Mahlon  D,  traveling  agt  S  P  Co,  res  1704    Seward 
Fairchild  Mahlon  D  Jr,  bookkeeper,  S  F,  res  1704  Seward 
Fairchild  May  C  Miss,  res  1704  Seward 
Fairchild  Stephen  F,  miner,  res  846  Seventeenth 
Fairchild  W  G,  grocer,  1350  Market,  res  846  Seventeenth 
Fairchilds  Howard  L,  cigar  maker,  res  663  Washington 
Fairmont  House,  Mrs  L  C  Barrows   propr,    San    Pablo   ave 

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Fake  Edward  A,  carpenter,  res  1131  E  Nineteenth 
Fake  George,  watchmaker   R  W  Edwards,  res  ]  131  E  Nine- 
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Fake  Louisa  Miss,  res  1131  E  Nineteenth 
Fake  Nellie  Miss,  res  1131  E  Nineteenth 
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i  Falbe  J  C,  baker,  res  961  E  Twelfth 
Falconer  David,  hostler,  res  1929  Magnolia 
Falconer  James,  carpenter,  res  2035  Chestnut 
1  Falk  Pauline  Mrs,  res  516  Ninth 
!  Falkenhan  F  W,  machinist  S  P  Co,  res  918  Pine 
|  Falkman  Fred  R,  captain  barge  Freemont,  res  1862  Seventh 
Fall  Edmund  E,  physician  and  surgeon,  854i  Broadwa}r,  res 

Galindo  Hotel 
Fall  John,  plasterer,  res  661  E  Seventeenth 
Fall  Julia  Mrs,  res  661  E  Seventeenth 
Fall  Thomas,  painter,  res  661  E  Seventeenth 
Fallon  James,  laborer  T  C  Emery,  res  1694  Seventh 
Fallon  Lawrence,  helper  Oakland  Carriage  Co,  res   Randlett 

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Fallon  Malachi,  res  SE  cor  Seventh  and  Oak 
Fallon  Mary  Mrs,  res  Forty-first  bet  Grove  and  West 
Fallon   Peter,    treer  WTentworth    Boot    and    Shoe    Co,    res 

Berkeley 
Falls  John  H,  crockery  and  tinware,  (1269  San    Pablo   ave, 

res  same 
Falls  S  D,  res  1167  Oak 

Fancheon ,  carpenter  W  T  Veitch 

Fannon  Alice  F  Miss,  bookkeeper,  S  F,  res  1417  Tenth 
Fannon  John,  foreman  track  dept  S  P  Co,  res  1026    Peralta 
Pan n on  Lawrence,  miner,  res  1303  Eighth 
Fannon  Luke,  miner,  res  1026  Peralta 
Fannon  Patrick,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  1026  Peralta 
Pannon  1  *;« t  rick  D,  employe  S  P  Co,  res  1695  Eighth 
Fanl  Edwin  M,  painter,  res  814  Filbert 
Fan1  Henry  R;  mill  hand  California  Door  Co,  res  1067  Wil- 
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Fanl   Richard  H,  mill    hand    California  Door  Co,  res    1067 

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Kant    Win    F,  employee    Pacific    Iron   and  Nail  Works,  rea 

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Fantic  Joseph,  laundry  man  Contra  Costa  Fanndry 
Fanuccio  T,  Laborer   Alameda  Macadamizing  Co's  quarry, 

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Faray  S,  laborer  Alameda  Macadamizing  Co's  quarry,  res 

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Faretti  Paul,  rea  628  Filberl 
Faria  A  J,  employee  B  P  I  Jo,  res  81 1  Filbert 
Faria  Joseph,  Laborer  S  P  I  '<» 
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Farish  James  R,  commercial  editor  Rural  Press,  S  F,  res 
1955  Grove 

Farish  L  W  Mrs,  res  1380  Ninth  ave 

Farley   Miss,   printer   Tribune   Publishing   Co,   res   811   E 
Fourteenth 

Farley  Almon  J,   solicitor  Mutual  Insurance  Co,  res   529 
Charter 

Farley  Andrew  J,  solicitor  Home  Mutual    Fire   Insurance 
Co,  res  574  Charter 

Farley  Annie  Miss,  res  814  E  Fifteenth 

Farley  Catherine  Mrs,  res  1378  Fifth 

•Farley  Charles  M,  engineer  S  P  Co,  res   950  Pine 

Farley  Emile  J,  fireman  S  P  Co,  res  1680  Lincoln 

Farley  James,  res  1378  Fifth 

Farley  James,  plasterer,  res  1763  Grove 

Farley  Joseph,  res  1378  Fifth 

Farley  Margaret  Mrs,  res  1670  Pacific 

Farley  Martin  B,  engineer  S  P  Co,  res  1680  Lincoln 

Farley  Mary  Miss,  res  1378  Fifth 

Farley  Nancy  P  Mrs,  widow,  res  1680  Lincoln 

Farley  Patrick,  teamster,  res  811  E  Fourteenth 

Farley  Robert,  stone  cutter  Amadore  Marble   Co,  res  1763 
Grove 

Farley  Thomas,  contractor,  res  1378  Fifth 

Farmer   Edwin  W,  dentist  Dr  J  M  Dunn,  res  1155  Broad- 
way 

Farmer  George,  conductor  OCR  Co,  res  584  Charter 

Farmer  George  J,  boat  builder  foot  of  Alice,  res  815  Webster 

Farmer  Martha  Miss,  res  224  Twelfth 

Farmer  Robt  F,  grocer,  611  E  Twelfth,  res  same 

FARMER    R    H,  [manager    Grand    Saloon    NE  cor 
Twelfth  and  Webster,  res  Dietz  Opera  House 

Farmer  Sadie  Mrs,  dressmaker,  res  611  E  Twelfth 

Farmer  T  Mrs,  res  1303  Telegraph  ave 

Farnam  Charles  W,  bookkeeper  Henry  Wetherbee,  res  1226 
Fruit  Vale  ave 

Farnham  E  C  Mrs,  res  724  Fourteenth 

Farnham  Fred  J,  contractor  and  builder,  res  674  E  Thirty- 
third 

Farno  Clara  Mrs,  res  477  Twenty-sixth 

Farno  Clara  B  Miss,  res  477  Twenty-sixth 

Farno  Frank  G,  plumber    Burtchaell  &  Crowley,  res    477 
Twentv-sixth 

Farno  James  A,  plumber,  res  477  Twenty-sixth 

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Farnum  H  R  Mrs,  res  1108  E  Twenty-first 

Farquhar  E  Mrs,  res  1577  Broadway 

Farquhar  M  A  Mrs,  res  1076  Fourteenth 

Farquhar  Mamie  Mi>s.  res  1577  Broadway 

Farr  Charles,  res  953  Third 

Farr  Charles,  laborer,  res  704  Brush 

Fan-  Daisy  E  Miss,  res  'J269  Telegraph  ave 

Farr  David,  engineer  S  P  Co,  res  656  Adeline 

Farr  Frederick  H,  clerk   Oakland  Home   Insurance  Co,  res 

Park  ave  cor  Watts 
Farr  Helena  Mrs,  res  1430  Third 
FARR  LINCOLN  T,  bookkeeper  W  M  Watson  & 

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Farr  Mary  Mrs,  res  704  Brush 
Farr  Wm  J,  res  953  Third 
FARRAR    M    P    MRS,   proprietor  Central  Block 

House,  furnished  rooms,  1068  Broadway,  res  same 
Fan.  11  A  E  Mrs,  res  829  Filbert 
Farrell  Anna  Miss,  domestic,  res  1470  Eighth 
Farrell  Briano,res  1269  Filbert 
Farm  1  James,  res  1004  Wood 
Farrell  James,  laborer,  res  1670  Sixteenth 
Farrell  James,  gardener  Hilaire  Remillard 
Farrell  Johannah,  res  6t>5  Twenty-sixth 
Farrell  John  Mrs,  widow,  res  17S1  G< 
Farrell  John,  Bhoemaker,  421  Seventh,  res  1S17  Grove 
Farrell  John  J,  boot  maker  J  Farrell,  res  cor  Twenty-seventh 

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Farrell  Joseph,  laborer  s  P  Co 

Farrell  L  Miss,  res  569  Eighth 

Farrell  Lucinda  Mrs,  res  528  Eighteenth 

Farrell  Mamie,  domestic,  1305  Twelfth  ave 

Farrell  Margarel  Mrs,  groceries,  is  17  Grove,  res  same 

Farrell  Mary  8  Mrs,  widow,  res  lsl">  Myrtle 

Farrell  M  F  Mrs,  r<  a  558  Fourth 

Farrell  Michael,  hostler  I  L  Etequa,  res  Piedmont 

Farrell  M  J  Mrs,  widow,  res  513  Ninth 

rell  Michael,  moulder,  8  F,res  975  Willow 
Farrell  Michael,  propr  Syracuse   Market,  L753  Seventh,  res 

730  Peralta 
Farrell  Olivia  Miss,  domestic,  res  L061  Oak 

rell  Olivia  C  Mi  unstress,  res  L815  Myrtle 

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§   -£  Farrens  Win,  cook  Spiars  &  Welti,  res  409  Ninth 
Farrier  Annie  T  Miss,  res  1253  Sixth  ave 
Farrier  Emma  L  Miss,  res  1253  Sixth  ave 
Farrier  Hiram  L,  salesman  Tubbs  &  Co,  S  F,  res  1253  Sixth 

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Farrington  Alice  Miss,  res  Brunswick  Hotel 
Farrington  E  D,  clerk  Custom  House,  S  F,  res  963  Harrison 
Farrington  Frank  S,  expressman  res  963  Harrison 
Farrington  George  W,  res  669  Fifteenth 
Farrington  Wra  F,  grainer,  res  1014  Broadway 

Farris ,  paper  hanger,  517  Ninth 

Farwell  Bessie  Miss,  student,  res  766  Nineteenth 

Farwell  Fred  M  (Farwell  &  Russell)  res  cor  Evoy  ave  and 

Adeline 
Farwell  George  W,  clerk  Farwell  &  Russell,  res  cor  Evoy  ave 

and  Adeline 
Farwell  James,  student,  res  766  Nineteenth 
Farwell  J  D  Mrs,  res  766  Nineteenth 
Farwell  Melvin  0,  painter  Farwell  &   Russell,  res  Adeline 

opp  Fortieth 
FARWELL  &  RUSSELL  (Fred    M  Farwell  and 

Edward  K  Russell)  paints,   oils  and  wall  paper,    1012 

Broadway 
Farwell  William,  stone  mason,  res  766  Nineteenth 
Faschian  Herman,  cook,  973  Seventh 
Fashion  Livery  Stable,  McCleverty  &  Noblett   proprs,    864 

Broadway 

Faskett ,  laborer,  res  1173  Thirty-sixth 

Fasshauer  J  C,  res  cor  Prince  and  Caldis,  Lorin 
Fately  A  B,  salesman  Taft  &  Pennoyer,  res  Galindo  Hotel 
Fatthauer  Henry,  engineer  S  F,  res  Felton,  Lorine 
Faubel  John,  supt  California   Artificial   Stone  Co,  S  F,  res 

1213  Franklin 
Faughtnan  John  M,  2045  Filbert 
Faulkner  Carrie  Miss,  res  220  Seventh 
Faulkner  George  L,  clerk,  res  220  Seventh 
Paulkner  Thomas  F,  Janitor  Workman's  Hall,  res  1423  San 

Pablo  ave 

FAURE  LEON,  proprietor  Hermitage  House,  ter- 
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Faurholt  Samuel  C,  hopperman  Oregon  Improvement  Co, 
res  460  Washington 

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Favor  James  H,  mechanic  S  F,  res  1536  Broadway 
Favor  Nellie  Mrs,  res 410  Thirteenth 
Favre  Mary  Mrs.  laundry  1264  San  Pablo  ave,  res  same 
FAWCETT  BROTHERS  (Charles  A  and  Henry 
E  Fawcett),  house  painters,  decorators  and  paper  hang- 
ers,  paints,  oils  and  glass*  966  Broadway 
Fawcett  Chas   A    (Fawcett    Bros)    res  555  Caledonia  ave 
Fawcett  Florence  Miss,  res  727  Eighth 
Fawcett  Henry  E  (Fawcett  Bros)   res  700  Sycamore 
Fay  Abbie  L  Miss,  res  High  opp  Prescott 
Fay  Alfred  C,  propr  Falcott's  Dairy,   res  High  opp  Prescott 
Fay  Charles  H,  engineer  S  P  Co,  res  1666  Atlantic 
Fay  Edmund,  coachman  J  C  Ains worth,  res  Vernon  ave 
Fay  Georgie  1  Miss,  res  High  opp  Prescott 
Fay  Henry  M.  res  High  opp  Prescott 
Fay  James  S,  res  Playter  Block 
Fay  John,  cement  sidewalk  maker,  res  3164-  Third 
Fay  Margaret  Miss,  clerk  Bernstein  &Von  Adelung,  res  Ala- 
meda 
Fay  Michael,  coachmau  J  C  Ainsworth,  res  Vernon  ave 
Fay  Roswell  B,  res  High  opp  Prescott 
Fay  William,  cabinet  maker.  576  Seventh,  res  same 
Fearey  Lillian  Mis>.   printer  Oaruth    A:    Caruth,    res   Fruit 

Vale 
Fearey  Mary  Mrs,  widow,  res  s  s  Forty-third  nr  Adeline 
Fearey  Robert  D,  plumber,  res  s  s  Spring  nr  Adeline 
FEAEN  JOHN,  physician    ami  surgeon    and  presi- 
dent   Coal    Consumers'  Association,  975     Washington, 
office  and  residence  1  1 65  ( 'lay 
. rit  John  lv   clerk  John  Fearn,  res   1165  Clay 
Feddersen  Justus  II  (Feddersen  &  Olsen),  res  L7«31  Seventh 
Feddersen  &    Olsen  (J    II  Feddersen   and   Henry    C  Olsen) 

Magnolia  Saloon,   1 73]   Seventh 
!'•  d<     i      Dussio,  laborer  P  C  R  quarry,  res  same 
Federspiel    Andrew  (Conners  &    Federspiel)    res   N\V    cor 

Twenty-first  and  Myrtle 
Fiderspiel  Christina  Miss,  res  L004  Twenty-first 
F<  d<  rspiel  Sophus,  clerk  ('miner-  A  Federspiel,  res  NW  cor 

by-firsl  ami   Myrtle 
Fe<    Patrick,  blacksmith  Ben  Kneale,   res    cor   College   ave 

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Fee  Thomas,  clerk  Neil  Gallagher,    res   L 722  Telegraph  ave 
Fe<  uah    Mrs,   housekeeper   Thomas    Foley,   res   620 

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F<  •  li  in  Tobias,  machinist  S  P  Co,  r<  -  989  Pine 
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Feeney  Bridget  Mrs,  res  1122  Fifteenth  ave 
Feeney  Jennie  Miss,  res  Thirteenth  ave  nr  Lynn 
Feeney  John,  laborer,  res  958  Thirty-fifth 
Feeney  Joseph,  shoemaker,  455  Fourth,  res  8  F 
Feeney  Lizzie  Miss,  res  Twenty-fifth  ave  nr  Twentieth 
Feeney  Maggie  Miss,  res  Thirteenth  ave  nr  Lynn 
Feeney  Margaret,  cook  C  B  Morgan,  res  754  Fourteenth 
Feeney  Margaret  Miss,  res  958  Thirty-fifth 
Feeney  Mary   Miss,  res  Twenty-fifth    ave    nr  E  Sixteenth 
Feeney  Michael  teamster,  res  Twenty-fifth  ave    nr    E    Six- 
teenth 
Feeney  Mollie  Miss,  res  Thirteenth  ave  nr  Lynn 
Feeney  Owen,  res  967  Fifth 

Feeney  Patrick,  laborer,  res  1106  Tw7enty-fourth 
Feeney  P  Mrs,  res  Thirteenth  ave  nr  Lynn 
Feeney  Thomas  J,  carpenter,  res  1001  Twenty-second 
Feeney  Thomas,  cigar  maker,  res  1106  Twenty-fourth 
Feeney  Thomas,  teamster,  res  Twenty-fifth  ave   bet  E  Six- 
teenth and  E  Twentieth 
Feeney  Thos  F,  cigar  maker  J  P  DeCamp,  res  1106  Twenty- 
fourth 
Feeney  W  F,  res  Weber  Hotel 
Feeney  Wm,  laborer,  res  1106  Twenty-fourth 
Feilds  Joseph  B,  farmer,  res  The  Olive 
Feldmann  Henry,  printer  Oakland  Journal,  res   807    Harri- 
son 
Felice  B,  laborer  Alameda  Macadamizing  Co's    quarry,   res 

same 
Felix  Crochet,  florist,  2048  Broadway,  res  same 
Felley  Philomen  H,  policeman,  res  230  Twelfth 
Fellows  Clara  F  Miss,    teacher  Prescott    School,    res    The 

Arlington 
Fellows  E  C  Mrs,  res  940  Myrtle 
Fellows  Nellie  G  Miss,  res  940  Myrtle 
Fellows  Park,  grain  dealer,  316  California,    S    F,   res    1847 

Webster 
Fellows  Samuel  S,  cashier  Reddington  &  Co,  S  F,  res   1414 

Filbert 
Felton  Catherine  C  Miss,  res  930  Adeline 
Felton  Edward  S,  baggageman  S  P  Co,  res  1852  Division 
Felton  John,  driver  F  Thomas  res,  1229  Webster 
Felton  S  J  B  Miss,  res  930  Adeline 
Felvey  Hattie  Miss,  res  625  Chestnut 
Feneran  James  J,  grainer,  res  833  Sixteenth 
Fennel  Annie  Miss,  chair  maker  Industrial  Home    for    the 
Adult  Blind,  res  same 


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Fennessy  Gertrude  Miss,  res  664  Sixth 
Fennessy  John,  saloon,  849  Broadway,  res  064  Sixth 
Fennessey  John,  cash  hoy  Taft  &  Pennoyer,  res  664  Sixth 
Fennessey  Josephine  Miss,  bookkeeper  \\T  H    Nolan    £   Co, 

res  664  Sixth 
Fennessey  Nora,  res  1365  West 
Fennessev  Thos,  employe  California  Hosiery  Co,    res    lot;.") 

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Fennessy  Thomas,  gardener  James  Canning,  954  Sixteenth 
Fennon  Dominick  M,  plumber  S  H  Steuart,  res  66S  Twenty- 
third 
Fennon  Edward  J,  clerk    Wells,  Fargo   <i~    Co,  S  F,  res  668 

Twenty-third 
Fennon  Mary  Mrs,  widow,  res  668  Twenty-third 
Fennon  Michael,   plumber    Oakland   Windmill  Co,  res  668 

Twenty-third 
Feno  Antonio,  res  1365  Eighteenth 
Fenton  Joseph  R,  carpenter  S  P  Co 
Fenton  Wm  E,  bookkeeper  Harmon  &  Sears,  res  S  F 
Ferati  Paolo,  laborer,  res  626  Filbert 
Ferbeck  George,  waiter    Mrs     E     DeBoice,    res    Overland 

House 
Fergus  Thomas  \V.  carpenter,  res  761  Campbell 
Ferguson  Agnes  Miss,  res  606  Eighteenth 
Ferguson  A:  Barg    (Frank    M   Ferguson   and    Henry   Barg) 

groceries,  fruit  and  vegetables,  478 Thirteenth 
Ferguson  Capt,  res  516  F  Sixteenth 
Ferguson  C  A  Mr-,  rea  359  Fourth 

ji-on  Daniel  (Deraine  &  Ferguson)  res  656  Clay 
Ferguson  E  A  Mrs,  dressmaker,  rea  1066  Tenth 
F<  rguson  E  P>  Mrs, rea  L448  Chestnut 

guson  Ernest  M.  salesman    E    B   Daniels,  pea  610  Four- 
nth 
guson  Fanny,  rea  1  n"»7  Twelfth 
guson  Florence  F,  widow,  r<  Fifth 

Ferguson  Frank  M  (Ferguson  &  Bar  L764  Atlantic 

guson  I  i    II   draughtsman, rea  L 100 E  Twenty-third 

guson  John,  painter  and  whitener,  sos  Washington,  rea 
5 1  I  [arriaon 
uson  Joseph,  miller  Bay  City  Mills,  rea  26     :      >nd 
guson  Libbie  Miss,  dressmaker,  rea  606  Eighteenth 
F<  rguson  Marie  M  38,  rea  606  Eighteenth 
I      guson  Milton  F,  employe  Ferguson  &  Barg, rea  L764  At- 

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Ferguson  S  C  Mrs,  res  586  Tenth 

Ferguson  W  A  N,  res  1100  E  Twenty-third 

Ferguson  William,  employe   Pacific    Iron    and  Nail  Co,  res 

620  Adeline 
Ferguson  Jacqueminot,  laborer,  res   n    s    Forty-second    3d 

house  from  Telegraph  ave 
Ferle  Carrie  Mrs,  res  724  Myrtle 
Ferle  Carrie  Miss,  seamstress,  res  724  Myrtle 
Fern  Nils,  fireman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Fernald  Wm  H,  watchman,  S  F,  res  s  s  Forty-sixth  nr  Shat- 

tuck  ave 
Fernandes  Francisco,  employe  California  Jute   Mills 
Fernandez  Joseph  F,  teamster,  res  High  st,  Melrose 
Fernandez  Lawrence,  res  s  s  Spring  nr  Adeline 
Fernandez  Louis,  employe  California  Jute  Mills 
Fernandez  Manuel,  barber,  res  2129  Adeline 
Fernandez  Manuel,  laborer,  res  1574  Third 
Fernanz  Maneol,  barber  A  Oliver,  res  803  Broadway 
Fernhof  F  J,  carpenter    and  builder,  S   F,  res    619  Nine- 
teenth 
Ferran  J  Miss,  laundress  Mrs  C  Coin,  res  1370  Broadway    ■ 
Ferreira  Mary  Mrs,  res  517  E  Fourteenth 
Ferrell  James,  car  repairer  S  P  Co,  res  1004  Wood 
Ferrell  Thomas,  master  mariner,  res  728  Peralta 
Ferrera  John,  employe  California  Jute  Mills 
Ferrera  Manuel  G,  employe  California  Jute  Mills 
Ferrera  Rosa  Mrs,  res  652i  E  Fourteenth 
Ferrier  Blanch  Miss,   teacher  vocal    music,  res  523  Seven- 
teenth 
Ferrier  David,  res  523  Seventeenth 
Ferrier   Minna  Mme,  teacher   French  and    German   High 

School,  res  523  Seventeenth 
Ferrier  Rose  Miss,  dancing  teacher,  res  523  Seventeenth 
Ferrier  Wm,  helper  Gross  &  Reichert,  res  523  Seventeenth 
Ferriera  Joze  Dutro,   laborer,   res   E   Twelfth  bet   Twenty- 
fourth  and  Twenty-fifth 

Ferris ,  res  Smith  House 

Ferris  Benjamin  \V,  clerk  Will  H  Burrall,res  Temescal 

Ferris  David,  gardener,  res  874  Twenty-first 

Ferris  David  N,  res  475  Ninth 

Ferris  Gracie  Miss,  res  w  s  Telegraph  ave  nr  Forty-third 

Ferris  J,  tinner,  res  Nucleus  House 

Ferris  Jackson,  tailor,  res  874  Twentv-first 

Ferris  John,  gardener,  res  874  Twenty-first 

Ferris  Richard,  paper  carrier,  res  630  Chestnut 

Ferris  Samuel,  paper  hanger  and  decorator,  res  517  Ninth 


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Ferris  S  M  Miss,  dressmaker,  res  1367  Castro 

Ferris  W  L  Mrs,  res  w  s  Telegraph  ave  nr  Forty-third 

Ferro  Joseph,  steward  steamer  Oakland,  res  764  Willow 

Ferry  Ella  A  Miss,  teacher  Lincoln  School,  res  1271  Jackson 

Ferslev  Philip,  laborer,  res  1605  Myrtle 
-mien  G  L  Mrs,  res  L079  Twelfth 

F(  —  mien  Nannie  Miss,  res  1079  Twelfth 

Fetod  Manuel,  employe  California  Jute  Mills 

Fetsch  August,  tailor,  1307  San  Pablo  ave,  res  La  Clede 
1  [ouse 

Fetterhoff  Hiram,  surveyor  City  Engineer,  res  531  Thirty- 
sixth 

Fetzer  Ferdinand,  artesian  well  borer,  res  617  Ninth 

Feutch  Thomas,  employe  Judson  Manufacturing  Co,  res 
Commercial  Union  Hotel 

Fey  John,  carrier  Examiner,  res  1729  Adeline 

Fibush  Aaron  (Fibush  Bros)  res  558  Sixteenth 

FIBUSH  BROTHERS  (Jacob  and  Aaron  Fibush) 
manufacturers  and  importers  of  Havana  and  domestic 
ei Liars,  smokers'  articles,  etc,  110.')  Broadway 

Fibush  .Jacob  (Fibush  Bros)  res  55S  Sixteenth 

Fick  August,  painter,  S  F,  res  1761  Seventh 

Fick  A  Mrs,  dry  and  fancy  goods,  1761  Seventh,  res  same 

Fidelity  Hall,  NE  cor  Seventh  and  Peralta 

Fidelity  Lodge  No  57,  United  Order  of  Honor,  meet-  at 
Shattuck  Hall,  463  Eighth 

Fieberling  P  (Schmidt  &  Fieberling)  res  836  Madison 

I'  ege  John  H  (Fiege  &  Tominski)  res  273  Sixth 

_<•  Richard,   furniture  and   bedding,  1710  Seventh,  res 
L673  Taylor 

Fiege  &  Tominski,  Long  Wharf  Restaurant 

Field  A  M  Mrs,  res  158  E  Eleventh 

Field  Caroline  II  Miss,  res  760  Fourteenth 

Field  Edward,  clerk  Great  American  Importing  Tea  Co,  res 


863  Campbell 
Field  Edward  G,  carpenter,  res  863  Campbell 
Field  John,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Field  John  S,  barber  A  Oliver.  iv>  so;;  Broadway 
Field  Julia  B  Mrs,  widow,  res  682  Sycamore 
I  'ield  L  A  Miss,  res  760  Fourteenth 
FIELD  SEMINARY,  Mrs   R  G   Knox  proprietor, 

Mr-  W  B  Hyde  principal,  L825  Telegraph  ave 
Field  Wm  A.  machinist,  pes  1  157    Myrtle 
Fields  Duane  W.  salesman  Oakland  Frail  and  Produce  Co, 

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Fields  Emily  Mrs,  dress  and  cloak  maker,  560  Seventh,  res 

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FIELDS    DE     IEENA     MRS,    proprietor     The 
Olive  (formerly  Wilson  House)   1165^  Washington  cor 
#    Fourteenth 
Fields  Frank  W,  gripman  OCR  Co,  res  082  Sycamore 
Fields  I,  gluer  Eagle  Box  and   Manufacturing   Co,  res  560 

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Fields  Joseph,  sawyer  Eagle  Box  and  Manufacturing  Co,  res 

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Fields  May    Miss,    dressmaking    and   millinery,    1222   San  |  §  h^ 

Pablo  ave,  res  560  Seventh 
Fields   Minnie    Miss,    bookkeeper    Tucker    &    Co,  res  560 

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Fields  Richard  A,  barber,  2955  Telegraph  ave,  res  same 
Fields  R  M,  switchman  S  P  Co,  res  Chester  House  ^  r^ 

Fierce  Thomas,  millwright  Pacific  Iron    and    Nail   Co,  res 

1050  Third 
Fife  Nelson,  engineer,  res  570  E  Sixteenth 
FIFE  W  C,  carriage   hardware,    563-565  Twelfth,   les 

579  Albion 
Fifield  Wm  H,  atty-at-law,  S  F,  res  352  E  Fourteenth 
Fifth  Infantry  Regiment  Band,  SE  cor  Fourth  and  Broad- 
way 
Figerado  John,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  968  E  Twentieth 
Figone  John,  vegetable  peddler,  res  cor  Seventh  and  Filbert 
Figrod  Manuel,  employe  California  Jute  Mills 
Figuerendo  Joaquin,  watchman,  res  1533  San  Pablo  ave 
Fike  Abraham,  res  1131  Magnolia 
Fike  Nathan,  res  809  Peralta 

Filbelet  Don,  bootblack,  cor  Ninth  and  Broadway,  res  1642 
Union 
.j£  Filbert  Edward  S,  painter  J  W  Lindsey  &  Co 
COu!  Filborn  John,  gardener,  res  Shell  Mound  Station 
^  £l  Filborn  Philip,  gardener,  res  Shell  Mound  Station 
r*    1  Filipe  John,  laborer,  res  1069  E  Nineteenth 
hJ  gj!  Fillet  John  B,  gardener  Alex  Pallies,  res  2409  Telegraph  ave 
^[  tC  Fillmore  George  W,  conductor  S  P  Co,  res  965  Jackson 
■j  jj  Fillmore    L,   supt    South    Pacific    Coast    Railwav,  S    F,  res 
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Finch  A  B,  salesman  Taft  &  Pennoyer,  res  Blake  House 


JE  -D  Finch  Duncan  B  Capt,  capitalist,  res  1263  Webster 

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Finch  Eva  Mis-,  dressmaker  Mrs  M  J  O'Neil 

Finch  Isaac  B,  artificial  stone  maker,  res  1076  E   Fifteenth 

Finch  Mabel  E  Miss,  res  1076  E  Fifteenth 

FINCH  THOMAS  E,   saloon,    cigars    and   tobacco. 

5  Broadwav,  res  same 
Finch  Vivian  <r  Miss,  res  1076  E  Fifteenth 
Finch  William   H,   inspector  Contra    Costa  Water   Co,   res 

'■•"»  Eleventh 
Finch  William  W.  substitute  letter  carrier,  res  503  Eleventh 
Finck  J  Matilda  Mrs.  groceries,  Golden  Gate,  res  same 
Finck  William,  clerk  Mrs  J  M  Finck,  Golden  Gate 
Findlay  James, engineer  Gas  Works,res  1580  Telegraph  ave 
Findlav  Nellie,  nurse,  re-  Weber  Hotel 
Fine  Andrew,  physician,  277  E  Twelfth,  res  same 
Fine  Henry  M.  student,  res  277  E  Twelfth 
Fine  Wm  A.  reporter  Evening  Enquirer,  res  277   E   Twelfth 
Finegan  Eliza  Mrs.  widow,  res  N27  Fourteenth 
Finegan  John  J,  janitor  A  F  Merriman   &   Son,  res    1506 

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Finegan  Lucy  Miss,  res  827  Fourteenth 
Finegan  Thomas  B,  marble  cutter,  res  s27  Fourteenth 
Finely  Charles  J,  clerk  J  II  Mallett,  res  1458  Twelfth 
Fink  A  A  568  Eleventh 

Fink  Charles,  switchman  S  P  Co,  res  1720  Seward 
Fink  Harry  W,  range    expert    Jeffr — .   Mitchell    a:  Co,  res 

Wallsworth  ave  nr  Prosj 
Fink  W  E,  carpent  Tenth 

Finkeldey  Fred,  carpenter  A  Kendall,  i 
Finkeldey  Henry,  butcher  Wm  Nel  I  Twenty-second 

Finkeldey  Minnie  Mrs,  widow,  res  303  S      >nd 
Finkeldey  Wm,  laboi  -her  &  Taylor,:  5       :id 

Finkli  r  Hem  >r  E  Twenty-eighth  and  Central  ave 

Finley  D  W,  iaborer,  res  1163  Third 
Finley  Katie,  dressmaker  Mrs  E  W  Johnson 
Mary  Mrs,  rea  1 7  ward 

hi  John,  driver  Peopl         .  >r<  — .  pes  American  Ho 
Inn  John  J,  I  moulder,  S  F,  res  <  {olden  < rate 

Finnegan  John    E,  city  agl   Traveler's   Insurance  S  F, 

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1  Jharlea  E,  blacksmith,  S  I',  res  12  1  Helen 
Fin  i  VV  Mrs,  rea  616  Twelfth 

Finney  Olr  tman,  Adeline 

Finne\  W  II.  carpenter,  rea  L156  Broadway 

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Finnigan  Bros  (MichaelJ  and  Bernard)  house  painters,  719 

Nineteenth 
Finnigan  Ignatius,  student,  res  719  Nineteenth 
Finnigan  J  W,  clerk,  res  713  Fifteenth 
Finnigan  Michael  J  (Finnigan  Bros)  res  719  Nineteenth 
Finnigan  W  F,  salesman  Kast,  res  317  Fifteenth 
Finucane  John,  tailor  I  N  Sloanaker,  res  Forty-second  bet 

Telegraph  ave  and  Grove 
Fincane  W  M,  clerk,  res  363£  Twelfth 
Fire  Association  of  Philadelphia,  B  B  Laton  agt,  468  Ninth 

FIREMAN'S   FUND    INSURANCE    CO 

(Oakland  Branch)  R  Frank  Clark  manager,  4S3  Ninth  cor 
Washington 
Firemen's  Insurance  Co  of  Baltimore,  James  Gamble  agt, 

469  Ninth 
Firemen's  Insurance  Co  of  Newark,  James  Gamble  agt,  469 

Ninth 
Firms  Manuel,  res  805  Henry 

Firpo  Gerome,  gardener,  res  cor  Thirty-seventh  and  Market 
First  African  Methodist  Episcopal   Church,  Fifteenth   bet 

West  and  Market,  Rev  D   E   Johnson    pastor,  res  813 

Fifteenth 
First  Baptist  Church,  Rev  C  H  Hobart  pastor,  SE  cor  Brush 

and  Fourteenth 
First  Congregational  Church,  J  K  McLean,  D  D,  pastor,  cor 

Clay  and  Twelfth 
First  Free  Will  Baptist  Church, Rev  C  F  Penney, D  D,  pastor, 

cor  Twenty-first  and  Brush 
First  Hebrew  Congregation,  Rev  M  S  Levy,  D  D,  rabbi,  SE 

cor  Clay  and  Thirteenth 
First  Methodist  Episcopal  Church,  Rev  E  R  Dille,  D  D,  pas- 
tor, SE  cor  Clav  and  Fourteenth 

FIRST  NATIONAL  BANK  OF  OAK- 
LAND, V  D  Moody  president,  A  D  Thomson  cash- 
ier, NE  cor  Tenth  and  Broadway 

First  Presbyterian  Church,  Rev  Francis  A  Horton,  D  I), 
pastor,  NW  cor  Fourteenth  and  Franklin 

First  Swedish  Baptist  Church,  Rev  C  M  Nelson  pastor,  SE 
cor  Magnolia  and  Tenth 

First  Universalist  Church,  Rev  S  Goodenough  pastor,  West 
bet  Eleventh  and  Twelfth 

Firth  William  B,  crrpenter,  res  Golden  Gate 

Fischbacher  Chris,  dairyman,  cor  Liese  ave  and  E  Four- 
teenth 

Fischer  A  W,  furniture,  1201^  Seventh,  res  870  Adeline 


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Fischer    Ferdinand,    bookkeeper  Richard    Rademann,    res 

1020  Third 
Fischer  Frank  L  (F  L  Fischer  &  Co,  S  F)  res  870  Adeline 
Fischer  Frank  X,  boiler  maker,  res  833  Myrtle 
Fischer  Julius,  bakery,  866  Washington,  res  814  Grove 
Fish  Arthur  L,  agt  Worthington  pumps,  S  F,  res  1012  Four- 
teenth 
Fish  George  L  (Phelan  &  Fish)  res  306  Thirteenth 
Fish  Harriet  A  Mrs,  res  1012  Fourteenth 
Fish  J  E  Miss,  res  461  E  Fourteenth 
Fish  J  H  Mrs,  918  Grove 

Fish  M  W,  physician,  461  E  Fourteenth,  res  same 
Fish  Thaddeus  D,  salesman  Phelan  &  Fish,  res  306  Thir- 
teenth 
Fish   Theo  J,  mgr  Alameda  County  Branch  California  In- 
surance Co,  471  Ninth,  res  722  Seventeenth 
Fish  T  J   (McKenzie  &  Co)  res  cor  Fourteenth  and  Brush 
Fish  Wm  II,  printer  Pacific  Press,  res  378  Tenth 

Fisher ,  employe  S  P  Co,  res  1836i  Seventh 

Fisher  AC  Mrs,  deputy  supt  of  schools  Alameda  County,  office 

Court  House,  Saturdays  and  Mondays,  res  Niles 
Fisher  Alfred  A  (Fisher  &  Taylor)  res  Brooklyn,  N  Y 
Fisher  Beriah  P,  res  716  Twenty-ninth 
Fisher  Charles  H,  mill  hand  California  Door  Co,  res  804 

Clay 
Fisher  Charles  M,  asst  supt  of  schools,  res  Blake  House 
Fisher  E  Mrs,  widow,  res  1017  Thirtieth 
Fisher  Edgar  S,  contractor,  res  1405  Brush 
Fisher  Elizabeth  Mrs,  res  255  Second 
Fisher  Ethel  T  Miss,  res  904  Filbert 

Fisher  Evelyn  X  Mrs,  music  teacher,  res  821  Thirty-third 
Fisher  Frank,  plumber  twenty-third  ave,  res  same 
Fisher  Frank  II,  dentist,  res  315  Fourteenth 
Fisher  Galen  M.  res  (.»<>1   Filbert 
FISHER  GEO  W,  manager  Pugel    Sound   Lumber 

Co,  cor  Firsl  and  Washington,  res  315  Fourteenth 
Fisher  I  kace  D,  res  926  Myrtle 
Fisher  Grace  M  Miss,  student,  res  904  Filbert 
Fisher  Grace  W  Miss,  music  teacher,  rea  582   E  Twelfth 
Fisher  Gus  A.  upholsterer  San   Pablo  nr    Fourteenth,  res 

1  7-_!^  Seward 
Fisher  Harvey  EI,  apprentice  Oakland  Iron  Work-,  rea  615 

Fifth 
Fisher  II  II.  tinner,  res  618  Fifth 

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Fisher  Ida  L  M,  res  510  Ninth 

Fisher  John  L,  tailor,  res  615  Fifth 

Fisher  John  W,  painter,  res  1922  West 

Fisher   Joseph,    wood   and    coal    1401    Broadway,  res    559 

Simpson  ave 
Fisher    K  B  Mrs,  second  vice-principal  High   School,  res 

926  Myrtle 
Fisher  Lillian  A  Miss,  res  821  Thirty-third 
Fisher  Lottie  Mrs,  res  w  s  Telegraph  ave  nr  Forty-third 
Fisher  Lou  Miss,  employe  California  Hosiery  Co,  res  w  s 

Telegraph  ave  nr  Forty-third 
Fisher  Lucy  B,  res  926  Myrtle 

Fisher  Luther  P,  advertising  agt,  S  F,  res  926   Myrtle 
Fisher  M  Mrs,  res  1017  Thirtieth 
Fisher  Michael,  res  cor  Twenty-ninth  and  West 
Fisher  Miles  B,  student,  res  904  Filbert 

FISHER    PHILIP    M,  county  superintendent  of 
schools,  office  Court  House,  Saturdays  and  Mondays,  res 
Niles 
Fisher  R  R,  carpenter,  res  Blake  House 
Fisher  RT,  employee  S  P  Co,  res  1467  Fifth 
FISHER  &  TAYLOR  (A  A  Fisher  and  J  P   Tay- 
lor) wholesale  coal  and  wood,  455  Ninth,  yard  cor  First 
and  Franklin 
Fisher  Wm  A,  clerk,  res  926  Myrtle 

FISK  LEANDEE,   real  estate    and   insurance,  sta- 
tionery, notions  &c,  1156^  Seventh,  res   cor  Third  and 
Adeline 
Fisk  L  G  Mrs,  res  1170  Sixteeeth 
Fisk  Wm,  carpenter  S  P  Co,  res  1860  William 
Fitch  Charles,  painter,  res  1523  Market 
Fitch  George  WT,  clerk,  S  F,  res  561  E  Eleventh  (rear) 
Fitch  Henry  S,  bookkeeper,  S  F,  res  919  Center 
Fitch  J,  res"  803  Castro 

Fitch  Jennie  L  Mrs,  nurse,  res  915  Seventh 
Fitch  Julia  Mrs,  res  796  Harrison 
Fitch  L  J,  res  res  803  Castro 

Fitch  Olive  Miss,  stenographer,  S  F,  res  796  Harrison 
FITCH  OSCAR,  superintendent  and  manager  Whit- 
ney Standard  and  Oakland  Transfer  Co,  res  530  Hobart 
Fitch  Samuel  S,  shoemaker,  res  561  E  Eleventh  (rear) 
Fitch  Thomas,  painter  Doody  &  Hooley 
Fitch  Walter  S,  carriage  painter  Fredericks  &  Arth,  res  796 

Harrison 
Fitch  Wm,  foremim  Columbia  Ranch,   Fresno   County,  res 
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Pitch  Zala  E,  printer,  S  F,  res  796  Harrison 

Fittbogen  Dora  Miss,  res  611  Seventeenth 

Fittbogen  P,  cigars    and    tobacco,    1022  Broadway,  res  611 

Seventeenth 
Fitz  Edward,  bartender  J  Flannery,  res  Prescott  House 
Fitzell  Peter,  laborer,  res  757  Jefierson 
Fitzgerald  Annie  Miss,  student,  res  319  E  Twentieth 
FITZGERALD  &  COLVIN  (E  L  Fitzgerald  and 

R  S  Colvin)  advertising  agents,  921  Broadway 


i     q   Fitzgerald  Daniel,  fisherman,  res  Long  Wharf 

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Fitzgerald  Edward  J,  salesman  J   S  Gilmore   &  Co,  res  812 

Sixteenth 
Fitzgerald  Edward   L  (Fitzgerald   &   Colvin)  res  313  Four- 
teenth 
Fitzgerald  George,  plumber,  res  1250  Center 
Fitzgerald  James   H,  tailor    Brown   &   McKinnon,  res  408 

Thirteenth 
Fitzgerald  Jennie  Mrs,  res  1719  Chestnut 
Fitzgerald  Johanna  Mrs,  res  77<»  Willow 
Fitzgerald  John,  fireman  S  P  Co,  ras  1773  Goss 
Fitzgerald  Kate  Miss,  res  1515  Eighth 
Fitzgerald  Kate  Mrs,  widow,  res  313  Fourteenth 
Fitzgerrld  M,  res  970  Broadway 
Fitzgerald  Maggie  Miss,  res  812  Sixteenth 
Fitzgerald  Margaret  Miss,  res  313  Fourteenth 
Fitzgerald  Mary  Miss,  res  Watts  nr   Forty-fifth,  Emeryville 
Fitzgerald  Mary  Mrs,  washing  and  ironing,  its  759  Fourth 
Fitzgerald  Maurice,  employe  U  S  Mint,  S  F,  res  1465  Fifth 
Fitzgerald  Maurice,  employe  Contra  Costa    Water  Co,  rea 

728^  Chester 
Fitzgerald  Maurice,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  L250  Center 
Fitzgerald  Maurice,  employe  S  PCo,  S  F,  res  810  Fifteenth 
Fitzgerald  May  E  Miss,  rea  313  Fourteenth 
Fitzgerald  Michael,  railroad  contractor,  rea  1515  Eighth 
Fitzgerald  Michael,  employe  Judson  Manufacturing  Co,  res 

Emeryville 
Fitzgerald  Richard,  railroad  contractor,  rea  L515  Eighth 
FITZGERALD    ROBERT    M,  attorney-at-law 

and  commissioner  Board  Public  Works,  B64j  Broadway, 
;  1 3  Fourteenth 
Fitzgerald  William,  foreman  A  I  tates,  n  a  SW  cor  Thirteenth 

and  Franklin 
Fitzmaurice  John,  gardener,  rea  71.*»  Fifteenth 
Fitzpatrick  Edward  C,  employe  U  8  Mini.  S  F,  rea  SW  cor 

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Fitzpatrick  Lily  Miss;  res  1359  Eighteenth 

Fitzpatrick  Peter  C,  plasterer,  res  1359  Eighteenth  j        j 

Fitzpatrick  Timothy  E,  plasterer  Peter  Fitzgerald,  res  1359    L       \ 

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Fitzpatrick  Thomas,  road  master  S  P  Co,  res  1817  Filbert       I         I 
Fitzpatrick  Wm,    employe    Judson    Manufacturing    Co,  res    ^^x 

Commercial  Union  Hotel 
Fitzsimmons  Henry,  saloon,  368  Twelfth,  res  Brayton  Block 
Fitzsimmons  John,  painter,  res  366  Ninth 
Fitzsimmons  P,  saloon,  368  Twelfth 

Flahavan  W  H,  asst  yard  master  S  P  Co,  res  1670  William 
Flaherty  John,  laborer,  res  1471  Fourteenth 
Flaherty  Thomas,  house  painter,  1404  Eighteenth,  res  same 
Flanagan  Edward,  printer,  res  1427  Twelfth  t"""~* 

Flanagan  Edward  J,  student,  res  1427  Twelfth  r  j~\ 

Flanagan  Edward  J,  clerk    B   McDermott,    res   cor  Mather    |        ( 

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Flanagan  James,  res  719  Sixth 
Flanagan  J  D,  stenographer,  res  1009  Seventh 
Flandin  Joseph,  porter  Home  Mutual    Fire    Insurance    Co, 

res  Second  nr  BroadwajT 
Flannery  Joseph,  propr    Arcade   Saloon,    879   Washington, 

and  foreman  Hose  Co  No  1,  res  569  Seventh  ZL 

Flannery  Mary  L  Miss,  dressmaker,  res  961  Kirkham 
Flannigan  Chris  F,  plumber,  res  819  Lydia 
Flannigan  Mollie  Miss,  employe  Contra  Costa  Laundry,  res 

1407  Sixteenth 

Fleck  Adolph,  clerk  Meyers  &  Williams  25 

Fleck  Gustav,  barber,  res  2315  Grove  vI^L. 

Fleenor  Rev  Wm  T,  pastor  Harrison-Street  Baptist  Church.  h 

res  711  Twentieth  h    jjj 

Fleetwood  Jeremiah  J,  farmer,  res  Fruit  Vale  Heights  S-    0 

Fieischhauer  W  C,  propr  barber    shop    1808    Seventh,    res  !  °    X 

1623  Taylor  £h" 

Fleissner  Otto,  teacher    vocal    music  and  piano,    Hopkins    &    >d 

Academy  ^  §5 

Fleming  A  J  Mrs,  res  304  Ninth  g  h^ 

Fleming  David  A,  clerk,  res  508-J-  Fifteenth  ^"©3 

Fleming  David  J,  engineer  S  F,  res  811  Center  Sc§^ 

Fleming  D  M,  salesman    Abrahamson    Bros,    res    St   Elmo   o2m 

House 
Fleming  Frederick  S,  student,  res  High 
Fleming  George,  machinist,  res  High 
Fleming  Isaac  D,  clergyman,  res  1066  E  Twenty-fourth 
Fleming  J,  res  1467  San  Pablo  ave 
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Fleming  John  K,  tinner,  res  1765  Division 

Fleming  John  R,  blind  maker  California  Door  Co,  res  300 
Ninth 

Fleming  N  T  Mrs,  dressmaker,  811  Center,  res  same 

Fleming  Wm,  foreman  Alameda  Macadamizing  Co,  res  483 
Twenty-sixth 

Fleming  William  B,  painter,  res  164  Sixth 

Flemming  Louis  E,  asst  supt  fire  alarm  and  police  tele- 
graph, res  1309  Jefferson 

Flemming  Robert  F,  mgr  Sunset  Telephone-Telegraph 
510  Twelfth,  and  extraman  H  and  L  No  1,  0  F  D, 
res  527  Twenty-second 

Flemming  Sadie  C  Mrs,  res  1778  Division 

Flescher  Alfred  H,  printer,  res  1023  Taylor 

Flescher  Nellie  Miss,  music  teacher,  res  1023  Taylor 

Flescher  William  C,  barber,  cor  Seventh  and  Pine,  res  1623 
Taylor 

Fletcher  Albert  E,  res  1361  Eleventh  ave 

Fletcher  Alden,  res  1425  Adeline 

Fletcher  Chas  II.  traveling  salesman,  S  F,  res  766  Seven- 
teenth 

Fletcher  Frank  A,  special  examiner  Pension  Dept,  S  F,  res 
L425  Adeline 

Fletcher  (  I  W,  res  13]  1   San  Pablo  ave 

Fletcher  Hugh,  grocer,  L849  San  Pablo  ave,  res  1000 
Twenty-eighth 

Fletcher  Le  Roy  D,  supt  Sailors'  Home,  S  F,  res  1361 
Eleventh  ave 

Fletcher  Lucy  II   Miss,  stenographer,  S  F,  res  1425  Adeline 

Fletcher  M  S,  stationary  engineer  S  P  Co,  res  727  Lewis 

cher  Mary  E  Miss,  res  1425  Adeline 
Fletcher  M  E  Miss,  pianiste,  res  852  Jefferson 
Fletcher  Susan  Mrs,  res  is  1  Twenty-second 
Fletcher  Thomas  H,  grainer,  res  8.">2  Jefferson 
Fletcher  Willard  F,  captain  of  police,  res    L303  Telegraph 

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Fletcher    Willard    V    Jr,    salesman    Huntington,   Hopkins 

L303  Telegraph  ave 
Fletcher  Willie  L,  salesman    Kennedy,  Quinlan    &    Co,  res 

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Fletcher  Wm  O,    teamster  F    M    Derby    &   Co,  res   513    El 

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Fleti  David  S,  laborer,  pes  SW  oor   Lusk   ave   and   Forty- 

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Flick  ( ■  and  builder,  res  1 16  El  Sixteenth 

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£   «  Flierl  J  Frederick,  tailor,  S  F,  res  970  Cypress 
a  pj  Flint  Caroline  L  Mrs,  widow,  res  574  Sycamore 
2    ^  Flint  E  T,  employe  California  Hosiery  Co,  res  1269  Castro 

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Flint  Jane  H  Mrs,  res  1070  Sixteenth 

Flint  Levi,  shoemaker  1754  Seventh,  res  1718  Eighth 

Flint  Mabel  L  Miss,  res  Glen  Echo,  Piedmont  ave 

Flint  Samuel  F  (Flint  &  Zimmerman),  and  asst    supt    rail- 
way mail  service,  res  1718  Eighth 

Flint  &  Zimmerman  (Sam'l  F  Flint  and  Frank  S    Zimmer- 
man) wood,  coal,  coke  and  charcoal,  413  Eleventh 

Flogel  Rudolf,  vest    maker   M    J    KELLER,    res   476 
Twelfth 

Flood  Charles   S,  general  jobbing,  res  674  E  Fifteenth 

Flood  Edward,  hostler  A  Gates,  res  SW  cor  Thirteenth  and 
Franklin 

Flood  Edward,  farmer,  res  Hayes'  Canon 

Flood  George  F,  blacksmith,  res  666i  E  Fifteenth 

Flood  Isaac,  kalsomining,  res  666i  E  Fifteenth 

Flood  Isabella  B  Mrs,  res  1202  West 

Flood  Robert,  stone  cutter,  res  1202  West 

Flood  Thomas,  laborer,  res  714  Linden 

Flora  Aaron  M,  printer  Fonda  &  Co,  res  1651  Myrtle 

Flora  Albert,  employe  Nail  Works,  res    924    Twenty-fourth 

Flora  Elisha  H,  house  mover,  res  1651  Myrtle 

Flora  L  A  Mrs,  res  1651  Myrtle 

Flora  Melchager  R,  res  1624  Myrtle 

Flora  Melchager  R  Jr,  hou^e  mover,  res  1624  Myrtle 

Florence  Joseph,  laborer,  res  241  Hollis 

Florence  Julia,  domestic,  res  915  Filbert 

Florian  Nicholas,  cook  Geo  W  Walker,  res    SW  cor    Brush  j  ^   2 
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Flossman  Bonifaz,  florist  257  Twelfth,    res  318  Thirteenth    *d 

Flossman  Emmett,  carpenter   Robt  Walker,    res   318  Thir- 
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Floto  M  Mrs,  res  528  Knox  Place 

Floud  John  R,  engineer  P  M  S  S  Co,  res  1420  Filbert 

Floud  John  W,  gardener,  res  1420  Filbert 


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Flood  Susie  L  Miss,  res  1420  Filbert 

Flower  Frank  oiler  S  P  Co,  res  822  Union 

Floyd  Albert,  coachman  Win  B  Lake,  res  1020  Adeline 

Flynn  Alice  Miss,  res  7 70  Wood 

Flynn  Andrew,  salesman    Greenhood   &  Mo  ran,    res    1761 

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Flynn  Annie  Miss,  res  857  Peralta 
Flynn  Charles  C,  ship  carpenter,  res  N^-">  Bay 
Flynn  Charles  M,  student,  res  885  Bay 
Flynn  Ed  mo  ud,  res  857  Peralta 
Flynn  Hannah  Miss,  res  857  Peralta 
Flynn  Hugh,  blacksmith  S  P  Co,  res  1826  William 
Flynn  James,  upholsterer  McGovern  &  C  ah  ill,  res  824  Lydia 
Flynn  James  F,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  885  Bay 
Flvnn  J  H,  salesman  JAS  A  JOYCE,  res  226  Ninth 
Flynn  John  S,  painter,  res  1363  Eighteenth 
Flynn  Lucy  Mrs,  widow,  res  1407  Eleventh 
Flynn  Lucy  Miss,  clerk   Bruning   Brothers,  res   1407   Elev- 
enth 
Flynn  Maggie  Miss,  dressmaker  Mrs  Wallace,  res  824  Lydia 
Flynn  Maggie  Miss,  domestic,  1112  Nineteenth 
Flynn  Mamie  E  Miss,  res  1407  Eleventh 
Flynn  Margaret  Miss,  cane   chair  maker  Industrial  Home 

For  the  Adult  Blind,  res  same 
Flynn  Mary  Miss,  res  1363  Eighteenth 

n  Maurice  J.  painter  Elbert  Olney,  res  L363  Eighteenth 
Flynn  May  J  Miss,  saleslady   Kennedy,  Quintan   &   Co,  res 

324  Lydia 
Flynn  Michael,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  1837  Seventh 
Flynn  Myria  Miss,  res  857  Peralta 

tin  Patrick,  clerk  JAS  A  JOYCE,  res  226    Ninth 
Flynn  Patrick,  wood  and  coal    1459-1461  Seventh,  res  same 
Flynn  Patrick,  laborer,  res  Charter  Oak  Bote] 
Flynn  Patrick  .J,  machinisl  S  1*  Co,  res  1863  William 
Flynn  Rosa  M  rs,  pea  7n(.>  Adeline 
Flynn  Timothy,  carpenter,  res  L363  Eighteenth 
Flynn  Timothy  J,  plasterer,  res  L363  Eighteenth 
Flynn  William,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  718  Center 
I  'occaci  A .  res  657  Myrtle 

1  1. 0111-.  carpenter   Burnham-Standeford  Co,  res  653 

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J  Fogarty  James,  carpenter,  res  SCO  Clay 
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£  «5   Fogarty  John,  student,  res  1312  Market 

W  U   Fogarty  Martin,  watchman  S  P  Co,  res  1312  Mar 

i  e   Fogarty  Sherman  S,  clerk  James  Fogarty,  res  Pruit  Vale  ave 

£  cs  !  Fogarty  Wm  G,  clerk  James  Fogarty,  res  Fruit  Vale  ave 

Eg  ^ ;  Fogelgren  Chas,  carpenter,  res  1569  Fifth 

g  *?  Fogg  Diantha  L  Mrs,  widow,  res  1336  Myrtle 

b  O   ^°Sg  Ellen  Mrs,  widow,  res  1636  Myrtle 

0  +3    Fogg  George  E,  civil  engineer,  res  1471  Broadway 

fig  ^   Fogg  Geo  H,  real  estate,  1463  Broadway,  res  1638  Telegraph 

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|j  ©   Fogg  Geo  J,  carpenter  S  P  Co,  res  1005  Franklin 
O  !   i  Fogg  James  L,  life  insurance  agt,  S  F,  res  770  Thirteenth 
J  Jlfl!  Fogg  Joseph  F,  carpenter,  res  813  Market 
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Foley  Ann  Mrs,  res  623  Chestnut 
Foley  James  J,  res  1023  Peralta 
Foley  John,  gardener,  res  1839  San  Pablo  ave 
Foley  John,  teamster  Renton  Coal  Co,  res  666  Twenty-sev- 
enth 
Foley  John  G,  salesman  M  Lihderbauin,  res  1019  Willow 
Foley  Katie  Miss,  clerk  Salinger's,  res  567  Eighth 
Foley  Kate  Miss,  1864  West 
Foley  Michael,  laborer,  res  1171  Third 
Foley  Patrick,  coachman,  res  1405  Webster 
Foley  Bailie  Mrs,  res  620  Chestnut 
Foley  Thomas,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  620  Chestnut 
Folger  Allvn  S,  bookkeeper   Fulton  Iron    Works,    S  F,   res 

1368  Eighth 
Folger  James  A  (J  A  Folger  &  Co)  res  1308  Jackson 
Folkers  C  T,  clerk,  S  F,  res  915  Myrtle 
Folkers  Geo  A,  clerk,  S  F,  res  915  Myrtle 
Folkers  J  H  A  ( J  H  A  Folkers  &  Bro,  S  F)  res  91o  Myrtle 
Folkers  Mamie  Miss,  res  915  Myrtle 
Folkers  Rudolph,  clerk  S  F,  res' 915  Myrtle 
Follrath  Adam,  blacksmith,  res  670  E  Sixteenth 
Follrath  George,  emplove  Brooklyn  Lumber   Yard,  res  673 

E  Twelfth 
Follrath  James  H,  fireman  S  P  Co,  res  1824  William 
Follrath  W  A,  horse  shoer  Antony  Marks,  res  705  E  Four- 
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Folsom  George  W,  real  estate,  S  F,  res  1069  Grove 


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Folsom  M  E  Miss,  res  564  Fifteenth 

Folte  Gustav,  paving    teller  German    Bank,    S    F,  res   619 
Ninth 

Foltin  Joseph,  insurance  agt,  res  566  Twenty-second 

FOLTZ  MATTHEW,   manager    East's,    res    Ala- 
meda 

Fonda  &  Co  (P  W  Fonda)  genl    book  and  job  printers,  379 
Tenth 

Fonda  George  H,  machinist    California    Door  Co,  res  1721 
Thirteenth 

Fonda  Jesse  C,  foreman  Fonda  &  Co,  res  1772  Goss 

Fonda  P  W  (Fonda  &  Co)  res  1772  Goss 

Tondere  Jean,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 

Fones  J  H,  carpenter,  res  586  Tenth 

Font  Frank,  laborer,  res  1557  Third 

Ton  tain  e  Walter  L,  asst  supt  of  streets,  res  Grove  nr  Twenty- 
sixth 

Fonte  Annie  Miss,  res  1114  Sixteenth  ave 

Fonte  Antony,   genl    mdse  and    groceries,  800    and    802  E 
Twelfth,  res  1114  Sixteenth  ave 

Fonte  G,  employe  G  F  Crisl  &  Sons,  1029  E  Twenty-second 

Fonte  J  A,  compositor  Morning  Times,  res  300  Third 

Fonte  Joseph,  laborer,  res  1025  E  Twenty-second 

Fonte  Joseph  Et,  laborer,  res  cor  Hepburn  and  Adeline 

Fonte  Joseph  T.  clerk,  res   1111  Sixteenth  ave 

Fonte  Rosa  Miss,  res  L025  E  Twenty-second 

Fontes  A  S,  hoots  and  shoes  371  B,  res  -nine 

Foor  A  M  Mrs,  dressmaker,  1453  Broadway,  res  same 
a  Charles  B,  clerk,  W  F  &  Co,  S  F,  res  cor  E  Nineteenth 
and  Twentieth  ave 
B<  ssie  M  iss,  i  es  i  054  Kirkham 
I>   \V  :keeper  Log   Cabin    Bakery,   res    Lillard 

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D  W  Miss,  propr  Lillard  Bouse,  504  Thirteenth,  tea 

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be  Kat(   A  M  rs,  res  Lillard  I  [ouse 

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»te  William  W,  atty-at-law,  res   L154  Brush 
tman    Henry   E,  Clerk    U  s  Customs,  S  F,  res  518  E 
Twelfth 

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Foi  desman   Bruning   Bros,  res   Henry  bet  Sev- 

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Forb<     Johi    I         itionery  and  fancy  goods,  L102  Market 
Fori  i     John  T,  can  Twelfth,  ime 

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Forbes  P  F,  employe  Judson  Manufacturing  Co,  res  Com- 
mercial Union  Hotel 
Forbes  Robert,  gardener  Mountain  View  Cemetery,  res  same 
Forcade    L    Miss,    mgr    F    Thomas    Dyeing   and   Cleaning 

Works  1008  Broadway,  res  S  F 
Force  Edward  E,  res  Forty-seventh  nr  Salem 
Force  Sidney  B,  bookkeeper  Home   Mutual  Fire  Insurance 

Co,  Alameda  County  Branch,  res  Galindo  Hotel 
Ford  Annie  M  Miss,   housekeeper  Hotel  Merritt,   res   same 
Ford  Alvin,  capitalist,  res  225  Twenty-third  ave 
Ford   Archibald,  gas   regulator,  S  F,  res   Sutter  cor  Park, 

Golden  Gate 
Ford  Carrie  M   Miss,  candy  and  ice  cream,  res  Sherman, 

opp  Julia,  Fruit  Vale 
Ford  Charles  C  (D  R  Ford  &  Co)  res  1012  Jefferson 
Ford  Chas  D,  lumber  merchant,  S  F,  res  923  Fifth  ave 
Ford  Cornelius  J,  engineer  S  P  Co,  res  972  Center 
Ford  Daniel  R  (D  R  Ford  &  Co)  res  1012  Jefferson 
Ford  D  R  &  Co  (D  R  and  C  C  Ford)  groceries,  fruit  and 

produce,  1233  Broadway 
Ford  Ella  J  Miss,  res  923  Fifth  ave 
Ford  Fayette  A,  carpenter,  res  1156  Webster 
Ford  George,  dairy'  913  Twenty-eighth,  res  same 
Ford  Geo  Jr,  res  913  Twenty-eighth 
Ford  George  E,  clerk,  S  F,  res  Golden  Gate 
Ford  James,  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 
Ford  Jaines,  engineer  S  P  Co,  res  913   Pine 
Ford  Jeremiah  T,  machinist  California  Foundry,  S  F,  res 

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Ford  John,  helper  Gross  &  Reichert,  res  913  Twenty-eighth 
Ford  Joseph  E,  carpenter  Burnham-Standeford  Co,  res  1006 

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Ford  Julia  G  Miss,  res  Beulah  Park 
Ford  Kate  M  Mrs,  res  765  Grove 
Ford  Lillie  Miss,  res  Golden  Gate 
Ford  Lillie  B  Miss,  res'  Sherman  opp  Julia 
Ford  Louise  Miss,  milliner,  res  913  Twenty-eighth 
Ford  Martin,  foreman  S  P  Co,  res  1059  Thirteenth  ave 
Ford  May  Miss,  res  913  Twenty-eighth 
Ford  M  W,  broommaker    Industrial   Home  for  the  Adult 

Blind,  res  same 
Ford  Nettie,  compositor  Pacific  Press,  res  533  Sixteenth 
Ford  Sarah  Miss,  res  765  Grove 

Ford  S  M  Mrs,  variety  ctore,  277  E  Twelfth,  res  same 
Ford  Thomas,  shoemaker,  S  F,  res  740  Chester 
Ford  Thomas  J,  railway  postal  clerk,  res  1374  Eleventh 


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Ford  Wm  H,  property  clerk  Pullman  Palace  Car  Co,res  1020 

Seventh  ave 
Fording  Howard  W,  civil  engineer,  res  1112  Wood 
Fording  Ida  M,  res  1112  Wood 
Fording  Isaac  M,  master  mechanic,  res  1112  Wood 
Fording  Mary  E  Mrs,  res  1112  Wood 
Fore  Charles'  W  (Spruance,    Stanley  &  Co,)  S  F,    res  1414 

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Foreman  Howard,  employe  S  P  Co,  res  1462  Ninth 
Foreman  W  H,  clerk  S  P  Co,res  177:5  Eighth 
Forestell  Mary,  domestic,  617  E  Eighteenth 
Forester  Arthur  G,  carpenter  Pioneer  Planing  Mills,  SW  cor 

Eighth  and  Alice 
Forester  Edwin  H,  merchant,  S  F,  res  14G2  Eighth 
Forgie  Hugh,  cutter,  SF,res  1255  West 
Forgie  John,  tailor,  res  567  Fourteenth 
Forgie   Rohert,  salesman  Goldberg.    Bowen  &   Co,  S  F,  res 

1395  Broadway 
Forkne  John  M,  expressman,  res 2045  Filbert 
Forman  J  H,  blacksmith,  res  1121  Third 
Forman  Margaret  B  Miss,  res  1379  Harrison 
Formey     Pobert    L,  carpenter,  res    cor  Forty-seventh   and 

Salem 
Forrest  Annie  Miss,  res  263  E  Eighteenth 
Forrest  C  T,  pres  Sanitary  Plumbing  Manufacturing  Co,  res 

L841  Webster 
Forresl  John,  repairei>S  PC1",  res  263  E Eighteenth 
Forresi  Sterling  I*,  cook  \V  C  T  U  Restaurant,  res  617  Fifth 

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Forr<  ]'   win  II.  clerk,  S  F,  res  1  r»-i  Ninth  ^ 

Forrester  Rose  Miss,  res  1454  Ninth  •   >i  m 

Forsberg  J,  employe  Buruham-Standeford  Co  ^  P 

Forsberg  L,  painter  P  N  Kuss,  res  518  Sixth  c$   fl)  2 

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Forsta  Bvenska  Baptist  Church,  Rev  C  M  Nelson  pastor,  SE   §  h[ 

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Forst<  r  Dorothea  Mrs,  widow,  res  Booth  bet  Broadway  and 

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Forster  John,  marble  cutter  .1  T  Kelly,  res  656  Myrtle 
I      ster  M ichael   actor,  res  L66  1  Atlantic 
Forster  Thomas,  clerk  John  II   Maurer,  res  L403  San  Pablo   >,  h]  ^ 

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Fort  Peter,  farmer,  res  Hudson  nr  College  ave 
,  Fortado  Francisco  Selveira,  res  730  Henry 

Forthman  Q  D,  ship  carpenter  S  P  Co,  res  C  P  House 

Fortin  Agnes  Miss,  res  566  Nineteenth 

Fortin  Damien  E  (Fortin  <fe  Co)  res  521  Twentieth 

Fortin  Mary  Miss,  res  oQQ  Nineteenth 

Fortin  Octave,  clerk  V  L  Fortin,  res  566  Nineteenth 

FORTIN  VICTOR  L,  brick  maker  and  contractor, 
lime  and  cement,  and  manager  Point  San  Pedro  Brick 
Co,  NE  cor  Third  and  Washington,  res  566  Nineteenth 

Fortman  Fred,  carpenter  S  P  Co,  res  834  Cedar 

Fortman  Richard,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  69  Bay 

Fortmann  D  Miss,    res  Taylor  ave  nr  McPherson,  Alameda 

Fortmann  Henry  Jr,  candy  maker  Bruning  Bros,  res  Tay- 
lor ave,  nr  McPherson,  Alameda 

Fortunato  Pezzolo,  bootblack,  455  Seventh,  res  658   Myrtle 

Fosen  Christian  J,  seaman,  res  2018  Union 

Fosgett  Louise  Miss,  teacher  of  music,  res  1110  Thirty- 
fourth 

Foss ,  contractor,  1156  Broadway 

Foss  Wm,  boot  maker  J  Balzer,  res  Berkeley 

Fossard  A  Mable,  res  1120  Peralta 

Fost  Manuel,  dairyman,  res  s  s  Temescal  bet  Cherry  and 
Liberty 

Foster  A  J,  carpenter,  res  1568  Twenty- first  ave 

Foster  Alfred,  janitor  Oakland  post  otfice,  res  662  Alice 

Foster  Alfred,  gardener,  res  2041  Linden 

Foster  Andrew,  laborer,  res  Overland  House 

Foster  Arthur,  carpenter,  res  251  Eighth 

Foster  Charles,  inspector  customs  S  F,  res  1622  Taylor 

Foster  Charles  F  Mrs,  res  812  Henry 

Foster  Charles  M,  machinist,  S  F  res  1827  William 

Foster  Daniel,  res  1353  Castro 

Foster  Dwight,  cleaner  S  P  Co,  res  827  Cedar 

Foster  Eliza  E  Miss,  res  1024  Filbert 

Foster  E  J,  res  823  Henry 

Foster  Emma  Mrs,  widow,  res  251  Eighth 

Foster  Emma  E  Mrs,  res  1304  Tenth  ave 

Foster  Fannie  Miss,  res  1504  Seventh 
[  Foster  George  E,  machinist,  S  F,  res  914  Wood 

Foster  H  N  Miss,  res  1353  Castro 

Foster  Isaac  L,  machine  hand  S  P  Co  and  extraman  Engine 

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Foster  John,  marble  polisher,  res  656  Myrtle 
Foster  John,  cleaner  S  P  Co,  res  821  Henry 
Foster  John  A,  carpenter,  res  1924  Filbert 
Foster  John  T,  res  368  Seventh 
Poster  Joseph,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  954  New 
Foster  Josephine  Miss,  res  821  Henry 
Foster  Lee  W,  res  772  Tenth 
iter  Lola  Miss,  res  222  Seventh 
tor  L  W  Mrs,  res  772  Tenth 
Foster  Lyda  Miss,  nurse  Fabiola  Hospital,  res  same 
Foster  Maud  Miss,  res  1504  Seventh 
Foster  R  H  Mrs,  res  1504  Seventh 
Foster  Fannie  Miss,  res  1504  Seventh 
Foster  Moses  G,  miner,  res  960  Castro 
Foster  M  S  Mrs,  res  960  Castro 
Foster  N   K,    physician    and    surgeon,    1266    Twenty-third 

ave,  res  same 
Foster  R  H  Mrs,  bakery,  1504  Seventh,  res  same 

Poster  Robert,  driver  M  Chaplin,  res  821Henry 

Foster  Robert, laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 

Poster  Rowena  Miss,  res  960  Castro 

Poster  Thomas  J,   dyer    California  Cotton   Mills,  res    662 
Alice 

Poster  Win  A  (Frank  J  Baker  &  Co)  res  Grand  Central 

Foster  William  W,  clerk  S  P  Co,  res'  938  Peralta 

Fothergill ,  res  504  Fifteenth 

Poucaull   Victor  M,  real  estate.  S  F,  res  518    Twenty-second 

Foulkea  Margaret  K  Mrs,  res  571  Twelfth 

Foulkea  Thomas  I),  expressman,  res  n  s  Moss  ave  bet    Ruby 
and  Gold 

Fountain  Belle  Miss,  res  533  Seventeenth 

Fountain  Eliza  Miss,  rea  807  Brush 

Fountain  Fanny  Mi  — .i.-m),  Brush 

Fountain    Louisa  Mis-,  music  teacher,  re-  807    Brush 

Fountain  Wm  II,  res  so;  Brush 

Four  Mile  House,  Thomas  Welch    propr,  cor   College   and 
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FOURTEENTH  STREET  RAILWAY  CO, 

Wilson  B  Morse  superintendent,  office  522    Fourteenth 
FowleJohn  A,  printer  Morning  Times }  res  309  Third 
Fowler  Annie  Miss,  domestic  Sol  Greenhood,  res  633    Four- 
teen! h 
Fowler  ( llara  J  Mi  7 16  sixteenth 

Fowler  David  C,  cooper,  rea  L516  Curtis 
Fowler. D  T, principal  Prescotl  School,    rea   568   Caledonia 


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Fowler  Elizabeth  H  Mrs,  res  1259  Campbell  J_  (/} 

Fowler  George  A,  propr    children's    play    ground,    Twenty-  m 

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FOWLER  GEORGE  H,  druggist,  1129  Thirteenth  - 


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Fowler  Geo  H  C,  music  teacher,  res  629  E  Fourteenth 

Fowler  Jefferson,  res  1063  Tenth  ave 

Fowler  John  A,  clerk,  S  F,  res  715  Sixteenth 

Fowler  John  T,  capitalist,  res  College  ave   bet    Vernon    ave 
and  Florio 

Fowler  L  F  Mrs,  teacher  Durant  School,  res  568    Caledonia 
ave 

Fowler  Minnie  A  Miss,  res  715  Sixteenth 

Fowler  Nellie  I  Miss,  res  1063  Tenth  ave 

Fowler  Prentiss  U,  salesman  S  F,  res  715  Sixteenth 

Fowler  Weslev  Mrs,  res  715  Sixteenth 

Fowler  W  W/res  702  Tenth 

Fox  A  E  Miss,  bookkeeper  Taft  &  Pennoyer,  res  Alameda 

Fox  Albert  S,  student  College  of  Pharmacy,  res  609    Seven- 
teenth 

Fox  Avlrner,  student,  res  261  Twelfth 

Fox  C  F,  agt  M  J  KELLER,  1007-1009  Broadway 

Fox  Charles  M,  res  1214  Thirteenth  ave 

Fox  Charles  N,  atty-at-law,  S  F,  res  1057  Market 

Fox  E  H,  employe  Cape  Ann  Bakery,  res  918  Fifth 

Fox  Emma  Miss,  seamstress  Miss  V  A    Anderson,    res    918 
Fifth 

Fox  Fred  K,  student,  res  863  Union 

Fox  Geo  B,  law  student,  res  1535  Webster 

Fox  George  W,  atty-at-law,  S  F,  res  1535  Webster 

Fox  Henry  G,  student,  res  967  Fourth  ave 

Fox  Helen  F  Mrs,  dressmaker,  res  863  Union 

Fox  Ida  Miss,  res  1057  Market 

Fox  IdaW,  branch  bakery,  res  1261  San  Pablo  ave 

Fox  James,  barber  J  M  Rose,  res  Third  nr  Grove 

Fox  James  H,  gardener,  res  764  Twenty-second 

Fox  John,  employe  Pacific  Iron  and  Nail  Co,  res    Third    nr 
Grove 

Fox  John  S,  janitor  Cole  School,  res  261  Twelfth 

Fox  Joseph,  roller  Pacific  Iron  and  Nail' Co,  res  627  Third 

Fox  J  E  Mrs,  ladies'  nurse,  res  918  Fifth 

Fox  L  E  Mrs,  res  918  Fifth 

Fox  Doring,  plumber,  1261  San  Pablo  ave,  res  171  Third 

Fox  M,  waiter,  res  -462  Fifth 

Fox  Martin,  res  1014  Ninth  ave 

Fox  Mary  Miss,  res  261  Twelfth 


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Fox  Michael  P.  sawyer  California  Door  Co.  res  Emeryville 
£0  ^  Fox  Minnie  Mrs,  3eam&  ea  L37li  Twelfth 

UJ  ^  Fox  Mollie  Miss,  ironer   Contra   Costa    Laundry,   res    1217 
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Uj  ^  Fox  Vigor  E.  student,  res  967  Fourth  ave 
^  <   Fox  W  B,  r<  -  967  Fourth  ave 
|—  O  Fox  Wm  F.  1.  per  correspondent,  res  v* '>'■'•  Union 

Foy .  lumber  piler,  res  621i  Broadway 

fireman  S  P  Co,  res  B69  Myrtle    ' 
Helen,  d  aker  Mrs  E  W  Johnson 

Foy  .,  laborer.  >32i  Broadway 

zard  G  .  laundryman  Contra  Costa  Laundry 

CQ        Fradeis  •  .  shoemaker,  res  E  Sixteenth 

D        Fragaa  Thomas,  employe  S  P  Co,  res  709  Chester 
Q-  Rose  Mrs,  housekeeper  Wm  A*'  e  822  Linden 

Fraetus  Mary  Mi-s.  laundi    3S     ontra  Costa  Laundry  4 

^     France  Herman,  laborer  160    Fifth  . 

France  II  W,  clerk  S  P  Co,  S  F.  rea  1039  Linden 
H    Trance  L  X.  res  L039   Linden 
France  Martha  E  M  Linden 

France  Robert  L.  clerk  S  P  C   ,S  F,  rea  L039  Linden 

Francia ,  emplo  Iron    and   Nail  Work  i 

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^^j    Francia  Ann  3,  -pinner  Jute  Mil  917  E  Fifteenth    ** 

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Fran<  sec  California   Paint    <     ,  S  F,  res   L227 

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^*     Francis  Henry  L,  clerk,  S 1  Ml   Peralta  ^ 

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kJj    Francis  Louisa  Miss,  employe  Jute  Mills,  res  91*  E  ath   2 

3G  man  Jute  Mills,  r.-  •-•IT  E    LitUvnth        £ 

LJ    Fran<  iborer,  res  L073  E  Nineteenth  — 

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^*    Francis  Paul,  helper  Oakland  Gas    Lighl    and  IL  9  fd 

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Franck  Charles,   bottler  John    Wieland's  Lager   Beer,  82 

Magnolia,  res  same 
Franck  Max,  piano  tuner,  res  1789  Grove 
Frank  Asher,  res  633  Fourteenth 
Frank  Charles  J,  real  estate,  res  1378  Seventh 
Frank  Jos,  laborer,  res  658  Franklin 
Frank  Max,  waiter  Kelsey  House,  res  same 
Frank  Melita  Miss,  cashier   Sol  Greenhoocl,  res  633  Four- 
teenth 
Frank  Stephen,  fruit,  1120  Center,  res  same 
Frank  Theodore,  carriage  trimmer,   373   Tenth,  res  Sunny- 
side 
Frank  Theodore,  manager  J  Bossard-Frank,  res   w  s  Tele- 
graph ave  nr  Morgan 
Franke  A  L  Miss,  tailoress  A  Stein,  res  320  Eighth 
Franke  Clemens,  brakeman  S  P  Co,  res  1826  William 
Franke  George,  yardman  S  P  Co,  res  1824  William 
Franke  George  Jr,  fireman  S  P  Co,  res  1824  William 
Franke  Rudolph  (R  Franke  &  Co)  res  589  Twenty-fourth 
Franke  R  &  Co  (R  Franke  and  August  Trimborn)  Oakland 

Pickle  Factory  and  Vinegar  Works,  1622  Grove 
Franke  Theresa  Miss,  res  1824  William 
Franklin  Albert,  porter  steamer  Colima,  res  716  Filbert 
Franklin  Alice  R  Miss,    teacher    Prescott    School,    res    626 

Fourteenth 
Franklin  School,  Joseph   F  Chandler    principal,  Tenth  ave 

bet  Fifteenth  and  Sixteenth 
Franklin  Wra  T,  carpenter  S  H  Wilson,  res  S  F 
Franks  Benjamin,  printer,  res  701  Magnolia 
Franks  Chas  L,  compositor  Oakland  Enquirer,  res  701  Mag- 
nolia 
Franks  James,    engineer    Judson     Manufacturing    Co,  res 

Commercial  Union  Hotel 
Franks  John  C,  U  S  Marshal,  S  F,  res  1125  Adeline 
Franson  John  O,   coachman     G    T    Hawley,    res    Prospect 

Heights 
Frantz  Jay  M  (Frantz  &  Lowe)  res  1670  Valdez 
Frantz  &  Lowe  (Jay  M  Frantz  and  Chas  C  Lowe)  real  estate, 

470  Eighth 
Frantzen  Fannie  Miss,  res  966  Kirkham 
Franz  Frank,    clerk   Frank    Bicler,  809  E    Fourteenth,    re< 

same 
Franz  Herman,  bartender    Kaspar   Wemmer,    res   Fifth  nr 

AVashington 
Fraoletti  A,  bootblack  stand,  cor    Seventh   and   Market,  res 
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Fraser  Alexander,  car  repairer  S  P  Co,  res  1000  Chester 

Fraser  Alexander  G,  carpenter  S  P  Co,  res  813  Magnolia 

Fraser  D  (t  Mrs,  widow,  res  1422  Linden 

Fraser  Howard,  engineer,  res  1114   Wood 

Fraser  Julia  Miss,  res  916  Myrtle 

Fraser  Leah  A,  student   University  of   California,  res  305 

Third 
Fraser  Robert,  ship  carpenter,  S  F,  res  1102  Wood 
Fraser  Samuel  W,  contractor,  res  305  Third 
Praser  Thomas  Rev,  professor  Theological    Seminary.  S  F, 

res  (.tlt'»  Myrtle 
Fraser  Walter  II,  student    University  of   California,  res  305 

Third 
Fraternity  Hall,  XE  cor  Seventh  and  Peralta 
Prates  Antone,  laborer,  res  952  E  Twentieth 
Prates  Catherine  Mrs,  res  953  Webster 
Prates  Frank,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  953  Webster 
Prates  Frank,  farmer,  res  Hayes  Canyon 
Prates  Freeman,  ashman  S  P  Co,  res  263  Second 
Prates  Joseph,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  953  Webster 
Prates  Joseph,  butcher  La  Coste   &    Co.  res  Golden  Gate 
Prates  Joseph,  laborer,  res  667  E  Twelfth 
Prates  Joseph,  driver  Oamilloni  A:  Lagoria,  res  928  Webster 
Prates  Joseph  A.  miner,  res  224  Hollis 
Prates  Joseph  Y  A.  carpenter,  res  224  Hollis 
Prates  Mary  Mrs,  res  1">11  Third 
Pratis  Frank,  employe  California  Jute  Mills 
Pratus  Prank,  butcher  John  Stewart,  res  Lorin 
FSAUNEDEB  E,  machinist  and  general  iron  work- 
er, 409  Tenth,  res  405  Tenth 
Prawley  Edward,  stone  cutter  F  E  Knowles&Co,  res  B  F 
Frazer  Eugene,  student  J  B  Richardson,  re-  1102  Wood 
Prazer  Hugh,  blacksmith  and  wagon  maker  1008  Franklin, 

res  963  ( 'astro 
Frazier  Ali<-<-  Mrs,  rea  1  ♦'<"'•_  Eighth 
Prazier  Thomas  J,  teamster  Grayson,  Owen  A  Co,  res  Dal- 

toD  a-.      :    >ck  Yards 
Prear  Walter  Rev,  res  Tenth  ave  nr  Nineteenth 
FREDERICK   &  ARTH   (Jacob    Frederick   and 

G  V  Anli)  proprietors  Oakland  Carriage  Factory, 

r  \Vi  !  ister  and  Tenth 
FREDERICK  JACOB  (Frederick  &  Axth)  res  569 

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Frederick  Leonard,  carpenter,  rea  670  E  Sixteenth 
Frederick  14  C  Mrs,  ret  670  E  Sixteenth 


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F  W  Stromberg  agent,  372  Eleventh 
Frederickson  A,  employe  Judson  Manufacturing  Co,  res  Com- 
mercial Union  Hotel 
Frederickson  Peter  C,  teamster,  res  Old  County  Road  opp 

Adeline 
Fredinan  A,  cutter,  res  The  Olive 
Fredlund  Alfred,  carpenter,  S  F,  res  1662  William 
Free  Market  s  s  Clay  bet  Fourth  and  Fifth 
Free  Thomas  H,  gardener  H  P  Livermore,  res  R  -ckridge 
Free  Will  Baptist  Church,  cor  Twenty-first  and  Brush 
Freedrick  Alvina  Mrs,  res  Four  Mile  House,  E  Fourteenth 

nr  High 
Freeland  Thomas,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  1812  Seventh 
Freels  Richard  G,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  1617  Fifteenth 
Freeman  Allen  G  (Ormsby  &  Co,  S  F)  res  1137  Linden 
Freeman  C  D,  oiler  S  P  Co,  res  1419  Third 
Freeman  Charles  W,  printer,  S  F,  res  1724  Lincoln 
Freeman  Daniel  S,  clerk,  S  F,  res  1001  Center 
Freeman  E  M  Capt,  pilot,  res  1019  Linden 
Freeman  Emma  Mrs,  les  464  Twenty-fourth 
Freeman  Frank,  traveling  salesman  G  H  Tay  &  Co,  S  F, 

res  1562  Telegraph  ave 
Freeman  Frank,  salesman,  S  F,  res  464  Twenty-second 
Freeman  Geo  W,  asst  division  roadmaster  S  P  Co,  res  1016 

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Freeman  James  E,  civil  engineer,  res  564  Eleventh 
Freeman  Lizzie  E  Miss,  res  1019  Linden 
Freeman  Mary  Mrs,  res  1457  Broadway 
Freeman  Mattie  B  Miss,  res  564  Eleventh 
Freeman  Sarah  P  Mrs,  boarding  house,  res  564  Eleventh 
Freeman  William,  saloon,  res  1621  Thirteenth  ave 
Freeman  William,  porter  Pullman  Palace  Car  Co,  res  914 

Twenty-sixth  ave 
Freequery    Eugene,     laundry  man     French    Laundry,    res 

Louisa,  Watts  Tract 
Freidman  Samuel,  tailor  Littovy  &  Sons,  res  864  Clay 
Freils  Dedrich  G,  wharfman  S  P  Co,  res  1617  Fifteenth 
Freitas  Anton,  res  159  Hollis 
Freitas  Frank,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  889  Bay 
Freitas  John,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  865  Cedar 
Freitas  John  S,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  960  E  Twentieth 
Freitas  Joseph,  laborer,  res  236  Harlan 
Freitas  Joseph,  laborer,  res  236  Harlan 
Freitas  Mellier,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  1866  William 
French  Agnes  Miss,  res  1717  San  Pablo  ave 


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French  Alice  Miss,  res  1809  San  Pablo  ave 

French  Annie  T  Miss,  mnsie  teacher,  res  1405  Brush 

French  Asa  T,  engineer  S  P  Co,  res  254  Fifth 

Prench  Charles  W,  clerk  John  Fearn,   res  975  Washington 

FRENCH  EABLE  B,    hay,  grain   and  feed,  wood 
and  coal,  171")  and  1717  San  Pablo  ave,  res  same 

French  Florence  -I.  res  1244  Adeline  &p 

French  George  J,  fireman  S  P  Co,    res  1055  Twelfth  ave 

French  11  A  Mrs,  res  863  Union 

French  Robert  H,  salesman  Peter  Dresco,  res  31S  Ninth 

French  Jane  Mrs,  res  723  Linden  C/O 

French  John  Arthur,  clerk  1475  Tenth  ave 

French  John  D,  commission  merchant,  S  F,  res  1475  Tenth 
ave 

French  John  L,  dry  goods,    groceries    and    genl  mdse    cor 
San  Pablo  and    Ivlinkner  aves,   Golden  Gate,  res  same 

French  Lulu,  dressmaker  Mrs  E  W  Johnson,    res  723  Lin- 
den 

French  Mamie,  dressmaker  Mrs  E  W  Johnson,  res  723  Lin- 
den 

French  Mattie  L  Miss,  res  1717  San  Pablo  ave 

French  R  E, foreman  S  P  Co,  res  358  E  Seventeenth 

rich  Sulla  E   Miss,    assl  Burnette   Dental  Co,   res   1004 
Broadway 
i  Wm  F,  clerk,  res  867  Peralta 

Frerea  Frank,  laborers  P  Co.  res  1869  Gosa 

Frese  John  L  res  1  ^7<>  Seventh 

Fretas  Joseph,  laborer  res  cor  Third  and  Cypress 

Freuler  John,  bookkeeper,  S   F,  res  XF    cor    McCall    and 
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Freuler  Miss,  seamstress,  rea  970  Cypress 

Frey  Ada  Miss,  rea  1315  Eighth 

Frey  Charles  L,  student,  res  1  115  Tenth 

Frey  Fin  ma  M  s  1  315  Eighth 

.  <  rustavus  J,  roofer,  rea   11 L5  Tenth 

v  John,  watchmaker  and  jeweler  1768  Seventh,  rea  1315 

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Frey  Julius,  draughtsman,  S  F,  rea  ">»»7  Eighteenth 

Frey  R  M  rs,  res  L509  Broadway 

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Frialo  L,  Laborer  Alameda  Macadamizic  3    quarry,   rea 

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I ' rick  A  [Jeweler,  res  Willamette  EIouc 

Frick  Abraham L,  attyy-at-law  room  29,957  Broadway,  and   p 
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Frick  George  W,  principal  Tompkins'  School,  res  923  Wood 

Frick  E  Fred,  res  668  Thirty-fourth 

Friedberg  Elias,  type  setter,  res  s  s  Thirty-fourth,  nr  Tele- 
graph ave 

Friedman  Alfred,  glove  maker,  S  F,  res  533  Eighteenth 

Friedman  D,  junk,  res  360  Fourth 

Friedman  Louis,  boots  and  shoes,  919  Broadway,  res  226 
Twelfth 

Friend  Deidema  Mrs,  res  846  Seventeenth 

Friend  Roger,  res  Blake  House 

Friend  W  H,  cashier  Sun  Insurance  Co,  S  F,  res  Blake 
House 

Friend  William  N,  student,  res  Blake  House 

Friendeley  J,  baker,  res  Weber  Hotel 

Friersbn  William  J,  farmer  Yolo  County,  res  1530  Broadway 

Friert  Henry,  laborer,  res  212  Haven 

Frink  Ledyard,  res  1220  Grove 

Frique  Edward,  fireman  S  P  Co,  res  1053  Ninth  ave 

Frique  Emile,  engineer  S  P  Co,  res  1053  Ninth  ave 

Frisbie  C  E,  foreman  type  foundry  Pacific  Press,  res  725 
Eleventh 

Frisbie  W  E,  stereotyper  Pacific  Press  Publishing  Co,  res 
715  Twelfth 

Frisby  David,  laborer,  res  1654  Telegraph  ave 

Frise  R  G,  draughtsman  H  W,  Weilbye 

Frisk  Brewer,  moulder,  S  F,  res  Jackson  bet  Seventh 


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Fritsche  Joseph,  bootmaker,  373  Seventh,  res  same 
Fritz  G  J,  laborer,  res  864  E  Twenty-first 
Fritzo  Matthias,  laborer,  res  113  Hannah 
Fritzschen  Herman  B,  saloon,  S  F,  res  1307  Peralta 
Frivelette  Bernard,  shoe  black,  res  1642  Union 
Frobel  Kindergarten,  Mrs  L  A  Balch   principal,   1316  Ade- 
line 
Frodahl  Annie,  domestic,  res  527  E  Eleventh 
Fromme  August,  stevedore,  res  1870  Goss 
Eronk  E,  res  Smith  House,  836  Broadway 
Fronk  George,  stableman,  res  262  Thirteenth 
Frontier  Peter,  lapidary,  S  F,  res  763  Webster 
Frost  Andrew,  farmer,  res  Fruit  Vale  ave 
Frost  Arthur  A,  student,  res  1523  Eighth  ave 
Frost  Belle  Miss,  res  932  Union 
Frost  Chas  L,  millwright,  res  1523  Eighth  ave 
Frost  Francis  W,  adjuster  Board  of  Trade,  res  528  Ninth 
Frost  James  W,  res  932  Union 
Frost  Kate  Miss,  res  932  Union 


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Qj  Frost  Mark  B,  agt  Home  Benefit  Life  Insurance  Co, 
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Frost  P  C  Mrs,  res  Fruit  Vale  ave 
Frost  Peter,  rancher,  res  Prescott 
Frest  Win  E,  carpenter  S  P  Co,  res  872  Henry 
Frost  Wm  H,  fuel  agt  S  P  Co,  res  1519  Eighth  ave 
Frost  Wm  I,  employe  Golden  Rule  Mill,   res    509   E    Four- 
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f—  O  Frostham  William,  employe  Judson  Manufacturing  Co,  res 
Park  Exchange  Hotel 
Frostholm  Phennie  Mrs,  widow,  res  168  Fifth 
Fruit  and  Flower  Mission,    Miss    Era   Lukins 

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Fruit  Wile  Hospital,  Dr    P   W   Poulson    propr, 

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Fruit  Vale  Presbyterian  Church,  Rev  E  S  Chapman, 

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Fruit  Vale  Public  School,  Miss  Annie  L  Dolman  principal 

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H    Fruit  Vale  Rose  Co,  cor  Old  County  [load  and  Julia 
Frukana  George,  gardener,  res  802  Alice 
Frumbull  William,  harness  maker,  res  250i  Hollis 
Frutard  Manuel,  mill  hand  California  Door  ( 
ffa     Fry  Fred  W  (Dod^r  ,v  Fry)  re>  171-1   Linden 
Lj    Fry  Benry   P,  wheelwright  C  C  Buffett,  rea  1711  Linden 

Fry  Willi-  B,  mgr  Singer  Manufacturing  Co,  S  F,   rea    513 
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Fucha  Philip,  coal  and  wood,  LI 71  Center,  rea  L169  Center 

HFuendaling  Juliua  C,  bal       N   w  York   Bakery  Weber 

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Fugel  James,  drr  i  rlen  ave  nr  Linda 

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Fuller  Arthur  L,  clerk  J  C  Fuller,  res  875  Washington 

Fuller  Benjamin  B,  res  1833  Linden 

Fuller  Carrie  L  Miss,  res  416  E  Fifteenth 

Fuller  Charles  H,  res  762  Alice 

Fuller  Flora  Mrs,  res  1060  Third  ave 

FULLER  HINDS,  city  agent  Fireman's  Fund  In- 
surance Co,  res  577  Thirty-fifth 

Fuller  John  S,  painter,  res  1319  Kirkham 

FULLER  JULIUS  C,  general  agent  Daggett's 
Patent  Koaster  and  Baker,  474  Eighth,  res  875  Wash- 
ington 

Fuller  M  A  Mrs,  res  1353  Castro 

Fuller  N  E  Miss,  res  1353  Castro 

Fuller  N  E  Mrs,  dressmaker,  res  718  Seventh 

Fuller  P  J  Mrs,  res  1353  Webster 

Fuller  WTilliam,  employe  Pacific  Iron  and  Nail  Co,  res  669 
Adeline 

Fullmer  Leander  D,  salesman,  S  F,  res  909  Peralta 

Fulton  Agnes,  domestic,  res  1012  Fourteenth 

Fulton  Carey  M,  division  shop  clerk  S  P  Co,  res  1468  Grove 

Fulton  Edith  Miss,  res  1468  Grove 

Fulton  Edwin  G,  bookbinder  Pacific  Press,  res  718  Twelfth 

Fulton  Frances  C  Miss,  res  943  Campbell 

Fulton  Herbert  D,  pressman  Pacific  Press,  res  718  Twelfth 

Fulton  Joseph,  miner,  res  943  Campbell 

Fulton  Nettie  B  Miss  (Whitaker  &  Fuller)  res  1210  San 
Pablo  ave 

Fulton  Samuel  S,  laborer  S  P  Co,  Oakland  Pier,  res  1162 
Seventh 

Fulton  Thomas,  employe  S  P  Co,  res  1665  Twelfth 

Fulton  Thomas,  brakeman  S  P  Co,  res  1685  Chase    , 

Fulton  Wallace  H,  fireman  S  P  Co,  res  943  Campbell 

Funcheon  Benjamin,  carpenter,  res  508-j-  Fifteenth 

Funder  Peter,  mate  steamer  Piedmont,  res  1411  Adeline 

Funge  Jane,  domestic,  res  1511  Market 

Furbish  Arthur  J  E,  commercial  traveler,  res  1424  Webster 

Furbish  Lucy  A  Miss,  res  1424  Webster 

Furbish  Ruth  W  Mrs,  widow,  res  1424  Webster 

Furcate  John,  butcher,  res  Doyle  ave  nr  San  Pablo  ave, 
Golden  Gate 

Furguson  C  H,  operator  block  system  S  P  Co,  res  872 
Henry 

Furlong  Edward,  messenger  Sunset  Telephone  Telegraph 
Co,  res  617  Magnolia 

Furlong  John,  laborer,  res  617  Magnolia 

Furlong  Win  J,  dairyman  J  R  Mott,  res  Vernon  Heights 


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Furniss  Charles  B,  bartender,  res  Newland  House 

Furon  Arnaud,  baker  M  Longe,  res  617  Broadway  *M 

Furry    George  H,   clerk   Hall   of  Records,    res    1416-J-  San    2 

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Furson ,  tailor,  res  527  Seventh  "3 

Furst  Herman,  clothing,  men's  furnishing  goods,  901  Broad- 1  3§! 

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Furtado  John  A,  laborer,  res  239  Haven  ^J 

Fus  Elizabeth,  domestic,  res  S72  Twentieth  Jjj; 
Futa  Joseph,  laborer,  res  229  Second 
Fyfe  James  S,  paper  hanger,  res  Brunswick  Hotel 

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Gabb  Fred  H,  painter,  res  1224  Twenty -third  ave 
Gable  Maggie  Miss,  res  1591  Telegraph  ave 
Gabler  John,  gardener,  res  Union  Hotel 
Gabriel  J,  laborer,  res  1077  E  Nineteenth 
I  Gabriel  Manuel,  res  751  Willow 

|  Gaffany  Martin,  laborer,  res  Fifth  nr  Shell  Mound   Station 
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GafFney  Maria  Miss,  res  583  Twenty-second 
Gagan  Philip,  teamster  Alameda  Macadamizing  Go's  quarry. 

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Gage  A  Mrs,  propr  The  Graystone,  418  Twelfth 
Gage  David,  capitalist,  res  460  Merrimac 
Gage  Edward  C,  student,  res  460  Merrimac 
Gage  Harold  J,  foreman   frame   dept  W   F  &  Co,   res  The 
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Henry  D,  student,  res  460  Merrimac 
Gage  Jefferson,  conductor  S  P  Co,  res  1521  Eighth 
Han'*  Stephen  T,  assl  prea  S  P  Co,  res  1300  Harrison 

William,  gardener,  L568  Webster,  res 458  Twenty-first 
Ha-'  r  E  M  Mr-,  n-  1211  Alice 
I  tagne  Alice  I>  Mr-,  rea  967  Clay 
igne  Edward,  photographer,  s<>7  Broadway,  rea  067  Clay 
Qon   Joseph    II,  joiner   California    Door    Co,    res 
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GagnoD  Madard,  teamster,  n  Grove 

Gahagan  Vincent,  blacksmith  Stock  Yards,  res  Bame 

illard  Chas,  pea  307  E  Twentieth 
Gaines  Chauncey,  teller  [Jnioo  Savin--  Bank,  res  Berkeley 
Gaines  James,  laborer  B  P  Co,  res  T'J  i  ('Hester 
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Gaines  Katie  Miss,  res  724  Chester 

Gaines  Katie  Miss,  laundress  Contra  Costa  Laundry 

Gaines  Margaret  Mrs,  res  724£  Chester 

Gaines  Mictiael,  laborer,  res  724-J-  Chester 

Gaines  William,  laborer,  res  724-J  Chester 

Gainsforth  Annie  Mrs,  domestic,  1110  Twelfth 

Gaither  Thomas,  yardman  S  P  Co,  S  F,  res  1304  Eighth 

Galagher  A,  M  D,  res  The  Olive 

Galavan  James,  plumbing  and  gasfitting,  1512  Seventh,  and 

foreman  Engine  No  3,  0  F  D,  res  1378  Eighth 
Galbraith  Alma  I  Miss,  teacher  High  School,  res  1218  San 

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Gale  Coll,  student,  res  1373  Tenth  ave 
Gale  Geo  L,  contractor  and  builder,  res  1373  Tenth  ave 
Galer  E  P,  tinsmith  S  P  Co,  res  811  Pine 
Galindo  Annie  Miss,  res  n  s  Forty-sixth  bet   Shattuck  ave 

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Galindo  Augustine,  teamster,  res  n  s  Forty-sixth  bet   Shat- 
tuck ave  and  Grove 
Galindo  F,  capitalist,  res  w  s  Telegraph  ave  nr  Morgan 
Galindo  Felix,  bookkeeper,  S    F,  res    n    s    Forty-sixth    bet 

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GALINDO  HOTEL,  B  Wright  proprietor,  s  s  Eighth 

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Galindo  Joseph,  teamster,  res  n  s  Forty-sixth  bet   Shattuck 

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Galindo  Mary  Miss,  res   n   s  Forty-sixth  bet  Shattuck   ave 
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Gall ,  clerk  Fibush  Bros,  res  319  Sixth 

Gallagher  Bernard,  employe   Contra  Costa  Water  Co,   res 

427  Hawthorne  ave 
Gallagher  Chas  E,  propr  Gallagher  Transfer  Co,  cor  Broad- 
way and  Eighth,  res  New  Broadway  and   361   Twenty- 
second 
Gallagher  Daniel  (Crist  &  Gallagher)  res  1431  Filbert 
Gallagher  Edward,  nail  worker,  res  1953  Magnolia 
Gallagher  Eunice  Miss,  teacher  Peralta  District  School,  res 

Humboldt  ave  nr  Alcatraz 
Gallagher  James,  stone  mason,  res  1953  Magnolia 
Gallagher  James,  electrician,  res  La  Clede  House 
Gallagher  James,  plumber  Dalziel  &  Moller,  res  1328  Myrtle 
Gallagher  John,  capitalist,  res  768  Seventh 
Gallagher  John,  res  1328  Myrtle 
Gallagher  John,  clerk  Neil  Gallagher,  res  1716  Telegraph 

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Gallagher  Mary  Mrs,  res  SE  cor  Forty-third  and  Grove 

Gallagher  Michael,  laborer,  res  7~s  Third 

Gallagher  Michael  Jr,  laborer,  res  742  Linden 

Gallagher  Michael,  groceries,  SE  cor  Fifth  and  Linden,  res 

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Gallagher    Neil,    groceries,    wines    and  liquors.   1722    Tele- 
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Gallagher  Patrick,  res  742  Linden 
Gallagher  Pete,  plumber  and   gasfitter  Dalziel  &  Moller,  res 

1330  Fontainblen  ave 
Gallagher  Stephen,  expressnan,  res  1515  Brush 
Gallagher  Thomas,  nail  worker,  res  1953  Magnolia 
Gallagher  Thomas,  employe   Pacific  Iron  and    Nail  Co,  res 

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Gallagher  Thomas   J,  clerk   JAS    A   JOYCE,  res    427 

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Gallagher  Timothy,  res  1722  Telegraph 
Gallagher   Transfer   Co,  San   Francisco,  Oakland  and  Ala- 
meda, Charles  E   Gallagher  propr,  cor   Broadway  and 
Eighth 
Gallagher  William,  employe  East  Oakland  Planing  Mill,  I 

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Gallant  Catherine  F  Miss,  res  124  Louisa 
Gallant  David  I,  printer  Oakland  Enquirer^  res  124  Louisa 

ill  ant  Ignatius  1).  res  124  Louisa 
Gallant  Martha  A.  3earnstr<  ss,  r<  -  12  1  Louisa 
Gallant  Mary  .1  Miss,  dressmaker, res  12  1  Louisa 
Gallant  Peter,  carpenter,  res  12-1  Louisa 
( rallen  Bessie  M iss,  res  s<|  1  Brush 
illcn  Daniel,  laborer,  res  804  Brush 
illen    I  P,  employe  California    Cotton    Mills  Co.  res 

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illen   James   W,  employe  California  Cotton  Mills  Co,- 

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illey  Ros<   Mrs,  dressmaking,  L009  Franklin,  res  same 
Hi  Louis,  fruit  and  819  Broadway,  res  same 

lligan  John,  carpenter,  res  L912  Myrtle 
ligan  Theresa  Miss,  rea  1912  Myrtle 
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<  fallinann  .1  F,  carriage  painter  Sohsl  A  Bro,  res  758  Fifth 

Hivan  Mary  Mi  \  1014  Third 

Gall  line  man  O  E  L  &  M   Co,  res  658  Webster 

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Galvin  James,  carriage  maker  and  blacksmith,  511  and  513 

Fourteenth,  res  1518  Broadway 
Galvin  John  H,  clerk  James  Galvin,  res  1690  Broadway 
Gamble  Frank,  real  estate  and  insurance  agt,  469  Ninth 
Gamble  Frank  B,  bookkeeper  James  Gamble,  res  Piedmont 
Gamble  Henry,  pattern  maker,  res  1070  E  Nineteenth 
GAMBLE    JAMES,    real    estate,    insurance     and 

notary  public,  469  Ninth,  res  Piedmont 
Gamble  John,  laborer,  res  1070  E  Nineteenth 
Gamble  Leland  S,  land  agt,  469  Ninth,  res  S  F 
Gamble  Lottie  Miss,  res  1070  E  Nineteenth 
Gamp  Camille,  machinist,  S  F,  res  1419  Fifteenth 
Ganley  Edward,  laborer,  res  705  Fifth  (rear) 
Gannaw  Daniel,  laborer,  res  Florio 

Gannon  James,  laborer,  res    cor  San  Pablo  ave  and  Thirty- 
sixth 
Gannon  Martin,  res  665  E  Twelfth 

Gannon  Mary  Miss,  dressmaker,  res  1464  Telegraph  ave 
Gannon  Rose  Mrs,  res  1464  Telegraph  ave 
Gans  Alfonse,  laundryman  Contra  Costra  Laundry 
Gans  Alphonse  J,  res  1635  Magnolia 
Gans  B  D,  laundrvman  Contra  Costra  Laundry 
Gans  R6bert,  res  779  Twelfth 

Gansberg  Henry,  shoemaker  F   Senram  &  Co,  res  912  Har- 
rison 
Gansberg  Henry  Jr,  cigar  maker  H  Gloy,    res  912  Harrison 
Garabrant  Charles,  machinist  O  G  L  &  H  Co,  res  663  Alice 
Garabrant  Oliver,  clerk  Geo   Black,  res  Campbell  bet  Sew- 
ard and  Eighth 
Garavatt  William,  plasterer,  res  823  E  Sixteenth 
Garaventa  Louis,  res  1080  E  Seventeenth 
Garbert  Mrs,  res  Home  for  Aged  Women 
Garbey  Eva  Mrs,  res  s  s  Fortieth  nr  Adeline 
Garbutt  John,  mason,  res  411  Ninth 
Garbutt  Maggie  Mrs,  clerk  Oakland  Dime  Delivery,  res  411 

Ninth 
Garcelon  Catherine  M,  widow,  res  1213  Madison 
Garcelon  Harris,  shipwright,  res  1267  Twenty-sixth 
Garcelon  Horace,  clerk,  S  F,  res  570  Eighteenth 
Garcelon  Nellie  Mrs,  dressmaker,  res  570  Eighteenth 
Garcia  Mrs,  widow,  res  NE   cor    Merced  and  Shattuck  ave 
Garcia  Adolfo,  teamster,  res  NE  cor  Merced    and   Shattuck 

ave 
Garcia  Alfred,  commission  agt  (cattle)  res  s  s  Twenty-ninth 
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Garcia  Flora  Mrs,  res  4*22  B 

Garcia  &  Bernard  (Frank  Garcia  and  Joseph  Bernard)  bar- 
bers, res  627  E  Twelfth 

Garcia  Frank  (Garcia  &  Bernard)  res  corE  Fourteenth  and 
Fifteenth  ave 

Garcia  Frank,  butcher,  res  s  s  Thirty-ninth  nr  Telegraph 
ave 

Garcia  Frederico,  laborer,  res  s  s  Thirty-ninth  nr  Telegraph 
ave 

Garcia  John,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  422  B 

Gard  Charles  A,  salesman,  res  1021  Twelfth 

Gard  Dena  Miss,  res  1021  Twelfth 

Gard  Emma  Miss,  student,  res  1021  Twelfth 

Gard  Harmon  N  (H  N  Gard  &  Co)  res  1021  Twelfth 

GARD  H  N  &  CO  (Harmon  N  Gard  and  J  C  Knick- 
rem)  paper  warehouse,  1153  Washington 

Gard  Minnie  Miss,  res  1021  Twelfth 

Gard  Nicholas,  mining,  res  1021  Twelfth 

Gardener  Frank,  employe  Puget  Sound  Lumber  Co,  res  601 
Webster 

Gardener  George  P,  carpenter,  2  Sanders 

Gardener    Mrs,  res  504  Fifteenth 

Gardiner  Anna  Mrs  L,  res  528  Jones 

Gardiner  Anwyl  O,  painter  J  T  Gardiner,  res  319  Eleventh 

Gardiner  Bella  Mis-,  employe  Bruning  Bros,  res  1012  Pine 

Gardiner  Charles  H,  clerk  Wells,  Fargo  &  Co,  S  F,  res  830 
E  Fifteenth 

Gardiner  Duane  W,  messenger  American  District  Tele- 
graph ( !o,  rei  1 157  ('enter 

Gardiner  Elizabeth  <>  Mrs,  widow, res  1762  Division 

Gardiner  Prank,  laborer,  res  Si  Louis  House 

Gardiner  George  II.  student,  res  830  E  Fifteenth 

( rardiner  James  T,  painter,  1008  Franklin,  res  319  Eleventh 

Gardiner  James  T  (Torrey,  Whitman  &  Gardiner)  res  524 
Jones 

Gardiner  James  T  Jr,  painter  James  T  Gardiner,  re-  319 
Eleventh 

( tardiner  Jennie,  res  319  Eleventh 

Gardiner  John  8,  clerk  Jones'  Bazaar,  res  319  Eleventh 

Gardiner  Robert  II.  clerk  cashier's  office  Wells,  Fargo  A 
Co,  -  1     ree  830  E  Fifteenth 

Gardiner  B  P  M.  painter  James  T  Gardiner,  res  379 
Eleventh 

Gardiner  Thomas,  Coranado  Beach  Hotel,  San  Diego,  res 
I     Fifteenth 

Gardiner  Violet  Miss,  employe  Bruning  Bros,  res  l(|r_'  Tine 


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Gardiner  Wm,  confectioner  Bruning  Bros,  res   1012  Pine 
Gardiner  Wm  M,  student  Hopkins  Academy,  res  524  Jones 
Gardner  Cornelia  Mrs,  agt  S  T  Taylor  System  Dresscutting, 

954  Broadway 
Gardiner  Cornelia  Mrs.  agt  Lightning  System    Dress  Cut- 
ting, 954  Broadway 
Gardner  Frank,  longshoreman,  res  601  Webster 
Gardner  Hirdn  S,  engineer  SP  Co,  res  1314  Eighth 
Gardner  J  A,  res  Hotel  Merritt 

Gardner  Jerome  T,  medical  student,  res  463  E  Eleventh 
Gardner  Lottie  Mrs,  widow,  res  718  Twelfth 
Gardner  Louis  M,  foreman,  res  1184  Eighteenth 
Gardner  Mittie  E  Miss,  milliner   R  Jones,   res  577  Thirty- 
fifth 
Gardner  N  C,  res  912  Thirty-fifth 
Gardner  Robert,  land  agt,  res  463  E  Eleventh 
Gardner  Wm,  broker,  S  F,  res  861  E  Sixteenth 
Garey  John  (Garey  &  Galvin)  res  1626  Linden 
Garfield  Isaac,  capitalist,  res  468  Edwards 
Garfield  School,  Mrs  Ellen  Gibbs  principal,  Twenty-third 

ave  bet  E  Sixteenth  and  E  Seventeenth 
Garhart  L  C,  painter  P  N  Kuss 
Garin  Paul  A,    drawing    teacher    Public    Schools,    res  815 

Thirty-fifth 
Garity  John,  laborer  S  P  Co 

Garland  B  H,  conductor  S  P  Co,  res  Bushell  House 
Garlick  Etta  F  Mrs,  teacher  Lincoln  School,  res  1016  Four- 
teenth 
Garlick  Joshua  P,    principal    Cole    School,    res  1016  Four- 
teenth 
Garmanus  David,  clerk  Leopold  Meyer,  res  1418  Eighth 
Garms  Peter,  saloon,  res  1416  Eighteenth 
Garner  George,  tinner  Burtchaell  &  Crowley,  res  720  Harri- 
son 
Garner  Henry  (Garner  &  Son)  res  720  Harrison 
Garner  Henry  W  (Garner  &  Son)  res  720  Harrison 
Garner  &  Son  (Henry  and  Henry  W  Garner)  butchers,  SW 

cor  Ninth  and  Webster 
Garnett  J  Herndon,  pastor  Tenth  Avenue   Baptist  Church, 

ros  1418  Tenth  ave 
Garon  Louis  G,  wines  and  liquors,  553  Broadway 
Garribaidi  Joseph,  capitalist,  res  478  Twenty-first 
Garribaldi  Joseph,  laborer,  res    n    s    Forty-second  nr  Tele- 
graph ave 
Garrison  Fannie  Miss,  bookkeeper  Contra  Costa  Laundry, 
Broadway  office,  res  815  Twentieth 


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Garrison  Wm  A,  engineer  S  P  Co,  res  1517  Eighth 

Garrity  John,  laborer  S  P  Co,  res  1561  Fifth 

Garrity  T,  laborer,  res  Union  Hotel 

Garsiglia  Gust,  clerk,  res  529  Eighth 

Garsiglia  John,  res  Lester  House 

Garter  Fred,  barber,  res  856  Broadway 

Garthwaite  Harry,  lumber,  S  F,  res  Prospect  Heights 

Garthwaite  H  P,  real  estate  agt,  S  F,  res  492  Edwards 

Garthwaite    W   W,  cashier    Oakland  Bank  of  Savings,  res 

Prospect  Heights 
Gartland  James,  foreman  California  Jute  Mills 
Gartner  Belle  Miss,  student,  res  1911  Filbert 
Gartner  Frederick  W  (McManus  &  Gartner)  fireman   No  5 

Co,  res  1911  Filbert 
Garvan  Cornelius  J,  car  cleaner  S  P  Co,  res  1220  Kirkham 
Garvan    James,    employe  Judson  Manufacturing  Co,   1285 

Broadway 
Garvan  James,  cleaner  S  P  Co,  res  Taylor 
Garvello  Cailo,   marble    polisher    Amador   Marble    Co,    res 

Mountain  View  Cemetery 
Garvello  Mateo,  laborer  Mountain  View  Cemetery,  res  same 
Garvello  Paolo,  laborer  Mountain  View  Cemetery,  res  same 
Garvey  Elizabeth  Miss,  res  821  Chester 
Garvey  George,  employe  S  P  Co,  res  821  Chester 
Garvey  [sabella,  domestic,  1530  Twelfth  ave 
Garvey  James  J,  employe  8  P  Co,  n  -  B21  Chester 
Grrvey  John  C,  engineer  S  P  Co,  res  821  Chester 
Garvey  Patrick,  res  82]  Chester 
Garvey  Thomas  F,  fireman  S  P  Co,  res  82]  Chester 
Garvin  B  C   Mrs,  pea  L6]  1  Thirteenth  ave 
Garvin  .lame-,  produce,  8  F,  res  950  Brush 
( i.uvin  James,  res  L616  Taylor 
Garvin  James,  res  Park  ave  cor  Hollis,  Emeryville 
< Marvin  John,  res  829  ( 'astro 

Garvin  Minnie  Miss,  Btudent,  res  L61 1  Thirteenth  ave 
Garvin  P  A.  teacher  Clawson  School,  res  815  Thirty-fifth 
Gaskill  DeWitl  C,  capitalist,  res  L395  Harrison 
Gaskill  Geo]  civil  engineer,  res  573  Fifteenth 

kill  Herbert  D,  clerk  8  8  Jewitt,  8  F,  res  L395  Harrison 
Gaskill  Rollin  C,  ag1  Wells,  Fargo  &  Co,  rea  573  Fifteenth 
Gaskill    \':ini«  y   W.  sec    Railroad  Commissioners,  rea  813 

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P"*  m   Gasper  Augustus,  lumberman   Brooklyn   Lumber  Yard,  res  H^ 

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M   Gass  Edward  D,  brakeman  S  P  Co,  res  561  E  Eleventh  mat 

O  ©   Gass  Laura  A  Mrs,  res  566  E  Twelfth  a 

^  *J   Gass   Louis   A,  employe  East  Oakland   Lumber  Co,  res  566  k^ 

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[3   Gast  Fred,  fireman  S  P  Co,  res  West  Berkeley  =g  W 

..  Gaston  Geo  C,  shipping  clerk,  S  F,  res  1227  Eleventh  ave  w  ^d 

§3  %   Gaston  Hilan  B,  accountant,  S  F,  res  1227  Eleventh  ave  J  H 

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Gates  Charles,  fruits,  groceries  &c,  1501  Broadway,  res  same 
Gates  M  Miss,  res  557  Eleventh 
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